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Anti-Bullying

We've been awarded All Together School Silver Status by the Anti-Bullying Alliance in recognition of our continuing commitment to stopping bullying and improving the wellbeing of our pupils.

 

We adopt a zero tolerance approach to bullying and will react quickly to any reports we receive.

What do I do if I believe I am being bullied?

  • Tell your teacher or parent or family member
  • Tell a friend and let them share it with a trusted adult
  • Tell a senior teacher at school
  • Write it down and put in the Gold Listening Box outside the Headteacher's Office

What should I do if I see bullying?

  • Don't be a bystander - tell someone who can help
  • Tell a trusted adult
  • Go straight to the Headteacher if you need to tell
  • Write it down and put in the Gold Listening Box outside the Headteacher's Office
School Anti-Bullying Co-ordinators: Lisa Baillie / Nicky Watson
Governor Responsible for Anti-Bullying: Lindsey Bowden

For details of our Anti-Bullying Procedures, please visit our Key Policies page.

 

Competition Time!

At the bottom of this page you will find details of our anti-bullying poster competition for 2021, and we're really looking forward to seeing the amazing entries this year.  You can see some of last year's winners below.

There are two different competitions, one for EYFS and KS1, and one for KS2 children.  All the information you need is on the letter below, along with a pack for parents which we hope you find useful.