The school regards bullying as: ‘The repetitive, intentional hurting of one person by another. Bullying can be carried out physically, verbally, emotionally or through cyberspace’.
Bullying is wholly unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
The school raises awareness of the anti-social nature of bullying through school assemblies, the School Council, use of tutorial time, participation in Anti-Bullying Week and in the national curriculum programmes of study as appropriate.
If your son or daughter is being bullied at school, you should contact the appropriate Head of Year and we will do everything possible to resolve the issue.
Bullying is a breach of our school rules (see the Conduct section of our Rules) and those who perpetrate it will face sanctions.
The school prefects run a support session every Friday lunchtime in room 25 for anyone who wants to speak to them about issues in their life. The group is called Helping Hands and it also has an email address for people who prefer more confidential advice. email@example.com
This email address can also be used by parents to register a concern, or by anyone who wants to report bullying they have witnessed.
Click here to view our Anti-Bullying Guide
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Click here to see our Discipline Policy
Click here to see our Anti-Bullying Framework
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Click here to see our Sanctions framework
Click here to see our Rewards framework
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