Most Archbishop Lanfranc pupils (92%) say we should NOT tease in a mean way, call others hurtful names or spread unkind stories.An independent survey was conducted in June 2011 by Wesley Perkins of Hobart and William Smith colleges, New York, to look into the way our pupils treat one another and what they think about other people’s behaviour. The results for this Social Norms survey were very positive, for example 90% of pupils 'strongly agree' or 'agree' that other pupils care about them.
Pupils from Years 7-10 were selected to plan a campaign to publicise these results. Their first project was to create an animated film which can be seen by visiting this link (You need to be logged into lanfranc.org to access the video).
Toni-Ann Merrills and Sherelle Kenton-O’Meally have presented assemblies in which we have been showing pupils what 92% of Lanfranc pupils looks like.