Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

In September 2018 2 children from every Year 4 , 5 and 6 class were trained by staff from the Diana Award alongside the headteacher, Learning Mentor and Safeguarding Governor. That makes 17 anti-bullying ambassadors in our school!

Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors will meet on a regular basis and are planning and delivering a plan to improve anti-bullying in our school.

It is our aim to:

  • Write a school definition of bullying that is shared and understood by children, staff and parents.
  • Ensure that all children, staff and parents understand the different kinds of bullying that can happen.
  • Help children stay safe online.
  • Raise awareness of bullying and support any children affected by this in our school.

To do this during the school year we will:

  • Agree a definition of a bullying for our school.
  • Produce posters and information newletters.
  • Plan and lead assemblies for children.
  • Rewrite our school anti-bullying policy.
  • Hold and lead an information evening for parents.
  • Make a school plege and charter.
  • Organise exciting and helpful events during anti-bullying week.
  • Act as role models in and outside of school.
  • Be upstanders and stand up to bullying in our school.
 Mrs Turner hasmade an  anti-bullying noticeboard for the school hall. If you are a child you will be able to see who we are so you can come and speak to us.
Please see our new child anti-bullying policy.
If you are worried about bullying please tell someone and the school will do everything it can to support you.
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