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Anti-bullying

 

At school we take bullying very seriously.

 

We all understand bullying to be:

Several

Times

On

Purpose

 

​If anyone is ever worried then they should tell an adult as soon as possible. 

 

 

 

 


The school council suggested that each class set up a 'worry box' so that children could share any worries.

 

Every class now has a worry box and staff review them every Tuesday, at the start of our their staff meeting. The school council have created this Pic Collage to promote their use.

 

Mrs. Burns is our senior teacher and anti-bullying leader.

The children's own anti-bullying policy created by our School Council December 2016

Inspired by our friends

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Childline

 

We have close links with the NSPP and Childline who visit school regularly to share their advice. 

 

You can see what work they have undertaken in our news articles: http://www.westoncofe.derbyshire.sch.uk/news/detail/staying-safe-and-happy/ 

Our work with Childline

Anti-bullying Alliance training completed by the school's Headteacher and Chair of Governors

Organised play at lunchtimes

Organised play at lunchtimes 1 Our staff zoned the playground for different games

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