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 is making 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.
If you are worried about bullying please tell someone and the school will do everything it can to support you.