Our schools definition of bullying is 'Repetitive intentional hurting of one person or a group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power. Bullying can be physical, verbal or psychological. It can happen face-to-face or online.'
Bullying can be (but is not limited to):
• physical (hitting, kicking, theft)
• making threats
• verbal (name calling, racist remarks)
• indirect (spreading rumours, excluding someone from social groups).
-Report bullying to your peers (anti-bullying ambassadors), they are available in AG1 in the wellbeing hub at break time.
-Speak to your form tutor, head of year or any trusted adult in the school community.
-Speak to a safeguarding lead, Mrs Jones, Mrs Andiyapan, Ms Davies, Miss Patel or Mrs Ali
-Report via our worry boxes located on the A block corridor.
-Use this reporting form.
All incidents of bullying reported will be thoroughly investigated and appropriate sanctions will be applied as per our policy. Support will also be provided for any victim of bullying.