We want every child to feel safe at school. Bullying is a very clear infringement of our Golden Rules and we do not tolerate any form of bullying in school or out of school where it involves children attending Bishops Cannings Church of England (Aided) Primary School. A copy of our Anti-Bullying policy can be downloaded here.
What is bullying?
Bullying and friendship issues are different things. The Department for Education define bullying as "behaviour by an individual or group, repeated over time, that intentionally hurts another individual or group either physically or emotionally".
Bullying is Several Times On Purpose (S.T.O.P)
Types of bullying
Ridiculing / mimicking
Offensive remarks about race
Offensive remarks about gender
Getting other people to bully for you
Threatening to hurt someone
Spreading nasty stories
Inappropiate or unwanted touching
Taking money without permission
Interfering with people's property
Invading someone's privacy
Graffiti designed to embarrass
Offering or causing upset to others through:
Internet chat rooms
What can you do about bullying?
- Remember that you are special and that no-one deserves to be bullied
- If you are being bullied, tell an adult immediately, you will be listened to and supported
- If you are worried about someone else being bullied, tell an adult
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