The school takes active steps to prevent bullying.
Through our programme of Personal, Social and Health Education and Citizenship, and also through the S.E.A.L. (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) initiative, knowledge skills and attitudes are developed that help to prevent bullying.
Staff interact happily and positively among themselves, providing a strong role model for children.
School council can provide practical information and a ‘child’s perspective’ to inform staff in the prevention of bullying.
Input from external agencies (such as theatre groups) help to inform children about bullying, suggesting strategies to avoid it.
INSET is used to develop relevant knowledge, attitudes and skills among our staff.
Staff routinely commend, reward and celebrate appropriate behaviour.
Where bullying might be happening the school takes steps to intervene and resolve any problems.
A copy of the school’s anti-bullying policy is available from the office and on the policies page school’s website.