We try to explain Bullying to our pupils in a child friendly way:
It's bullying when it's:
It's things like:
- Hitting, kicking, poking or calling names.
- Using words to make you feel frightened.
- Trying to get people to dislike someone.
- Sending nasty texts or emails.
- Breaking your things.
We are a caring school - if you've got a problem we'll encourage you to tell and we'll listen and help.
• We'll try to make it easy for you to tell us if there's a problem that makes you feel unsafe.
• We'll celebrate ‘Anti-Bullying Week' each year, putting up posters and having assemblies.
• We'll look for ideas to help children understand bullying.
• We'll encourage parents and children to support our school rules, so that everyone feels safe.
• The School Council will talk about ways to help stop bullying.
• We'll teach you about bullying and what to do if you're bullied.
• We'll work hard to support those children who find it hard to be a kind and thoughtful friend.
• The adults in the school will have anti-bullying training, and we'll remind them every year about what to do if bullying happens.
The Headteacher and Governors will always try to make sure there's less bullying.
One governor will be the ‘Anti-Bullying Governor' who is also in charge of Child Protection- Jackie Bush.
We can beat the bullies when we: