Bullying Policy

Bullying is:

  • A series of aggressive actions, rather than a single act, which are deemed by the recipient as intimidating.
  • An imbalance of power between individuals or a group and an individual.

The school needs to build a feeling of confidence in children and parents so that they know that all reports or suspicions of bullying will be investigated. The person being bullied might not report incidents so the school needs to create a climate of trust where others feel comfortable to ‘tell’.

The school aims to equip children with the skills, attitudes and values that will prepare them for adult life. Children who exhibit bullying behaviour may carry it into adult life.

Download our policy on school bullying now.

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