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, name calling
- Using words to make you feel frightened
- Trying to get people to dislike someone
- Sending nasty texts or emails
- Breaking someones things
We explain to children that we are a caring school – if they’ve got a problem we will encourage them to talk and try to solve the problem.
- We’ll try to make it easy for them to tell us if there is a problem or if something is making them 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 carers to support our school rules, so that everyone feels safe.
- We’ll teach about bullying and what to do if you’re being 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 Principal and the school Governors will always try to make sure that there is less bullying.
We can stop bullying if we:
Please read the TPLT Behaviour in Schools Policy which outlines our expectations of behaviour in our school and our approach to anti-bullying.