Anti Bullying Policy Updated
20 November 2023 (by admin)
Following anti bullying week we have updated our anti bullying policy which is available on our web site.
We work very hard at our school to ensure that all our pupils learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without fear of being bullied.
We do this in several ways which are described in our Anti Bullying Policy which is available on our web site and has been updated following Anti Bullying Week (week beginning 20th November).
If any parent / carer has any concerns about bullying at our school or wishes to make a formal allegation of bullying to should be done via contact with the head teacher as set out in the school policy.
Bullying allegations at our school are extremely rare at our school due to the work we do with pupils and the exceptionally good way they behave.
We regularly talk to pupils through 'pupil voice' activities, assemblies, etc to ensure that pupils know the different types of bullying and that they should tell a trusted adult if they feel they are being bullied or of they witness any bullying behaviour.
We will continue to work hard to maintain this through the implementation of this policy and our work in school.