Odd Socks Day 2019 – Tuesday 12th November

by | Oct 6, 2019

As apart of Anti-Bullying Week 2019 Odd Socks day will be taking place on Tuesday 12th November.

Odd Socks Day 2019 is designed to be fun and give young people the chance to celebrate their individuality and how everyone is unique!

We we love about Odd Socks Day is that there’s no pressure to buy expensive costumes, everyone can get involved and it promotes a really positive message during your schools Anti-Bullying Week.

We will be promoting Odd Socks Day during the Anti Bullying Workshops we are delivering in schools throughout November.

Keep an eye out on the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s website on this page to get the resources created especially for Odd Socks day at your school.

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