Anti-bullying week 19-20 November 2020

Thursday 19 November 2020

This week, it’s Anti-Bullying Week and the theme for this year is ‘United against bullying’.

We took part in Odd Socks Day this Monday to celebrate our differences.

STOP is a key message linked to bullying. In our school, STOP stands for two things:

Recently, our school council (now called the Junior Leadership team) met to review our school definition of bullying and our child friendly anti-bullying policy. Thank you to the JLT for their valued contributions. As a result, our definition and policy have now been updated.

Child friendly anti-bullying policy

What is bullying?

In our school, this is what bullying means:

Bullying is where you hurt someone, physically or emotionally (including online), several times on purpose.

What might bullying look like?

If any of these things happen several (lots of) times, it is bullying.

This could be in person or online (cyber bullying) and could be because of someone’s race, disability, gender, appearance, age or any other protected characteristic.

What could you do if you are being bullied?

Start

Telling

Other

People

Who could you tell?

Our views on bullying 

STOP bullying – bullying is wrong! We’re a happy and healthy school.