PCSO Trudi Brittle came in to visit Year 5. She taught the children all about anti-social behaviour; they now understand that even though something may not be against the law it can still be classed as anti-social behaviour if it is causing distress to someone else.
The children were also told that the age of criminal responsibility is 10. Some of them were surprised by that!
Trudi explained what 'joint enterprise' was and discussed a few different scenarios with the children - this really made them think. She encouraged them all to 'choose their friends carefully' and be confident enough to walk away if the people you are with are making the wrong choices.
I'm sure the children would agree that this session was incredibly interesting and certainly gave them food for thought.