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Anti-Bullying

Bullying is hurtful behaviour, usually repeated over a long period of time. It can happen at and outside of school, such as on the way to school or in clubs and groups.

Bullying can also take place online. Sometimes called cyberbullying, it can happen through social networking websites or on mobile phones. Because it can occur 24 hours a day, seven days a week, a child may feel that there is no escape.

If you would like to see 'Say NO to bullying - A Handbook for parents' please ask at the school office

What is bullying

Types of bullying include:

  • verbal abuse, such as name calling and gossiping
  • non-verbal abuse, such as hand signs or text messages
  • emotional abuse, such as threatening or intimidating someone
  • exclusion, such as ignoring or isolating someone
  • undermining, by constantly criticising or spreading rumours
  • racial or sexual bullying
  • physical assaults, such as hitting and pushing
  • online through social networking, or using mobile phones, also known as cyberbullying

We take bullying very seriously and if you would like to find out more please see our policies section under the Key Information, Policies tab.

Below are some useful website links:

www.childline.org.uk

www.youngminds.org.uk

www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk

www.nspcc.org.uk

 

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