A RYEDALE school is working with Bully UK to promote anti-bullying and online safety.

Pupils at Terrington Hall pupils dressed down for Wear Blue Day, and were joined by Linda Fenwick, the High Sheriff of North Yorkshire, who was supporting the event.

Suzy Ward, deputy head teacher at Terrington Hall, said: “As a school, we do a huge amount to promote the happiness and well-being of our pupils, whether through time devoted in-class to personal development, or by the involvement of valuable outside agencies such as Compass Buzz and the NSPCC.

“We are delighted to have taken an active role in anti-bullying week and to have welcomed Linda into school to talk about her work.”

Mrs Fenwick visited Terrington Hall on Wear Blue Day to talk about her role as High Sheriff and her support for Family Lives’ anti-bullying campaign.

She said: “I am delighted that Terrington Hall has supported the work of Family Lives by taking

part in Wear Blue Day and am grateful for the support given by local charities Compass Buzz and Two Ridings Community Foundation to the Wear Blue Day campaign.”