Anti Bullying

Anti Bullying At Wales Primary School

 

At Wales Primary School, we believe that everyone is different in some way, shape or form but that no matter what these differences are, we are all equal. Our school promotes the school community to accept and celebrate differences so that our children grow into the best versions of themselves and leave as strong, open minded, confident individuals who have the ability and adaptobility to thrive in modern Britain.

We believe that all our pupils have a right to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without the fear of being bullied. We promote, reward and celebrate good behaviour in our school – with our children acting as positive role models in school and the community. Our children are regularly made aware of the different types of bullying; what to do if they are being bullied and it is made clear that any form of bullying is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.

We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our pupils so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Our school promotes positive attitudes and the value of demonstrating respect towards others. Classrooms harbour a positive buzz for learning and foster supportive attitudes. Our positive playground allows children to be friendly to one another, whilst our Friendship Monitors are available at all times to play and engage other children in games or activities or help if any child is feeling sad, upset or left out.

Our children are aware that bully is defined as:

A person who is unkind to someone more than once on purpose by using behaviour which is meant to hurt, frighten or upset.

We also promote the message that bullying is: Being unkind Several Times On Purpose

REMEMBER S.T.O.P!

If bullying does occur, all children should tell someone immediately, even if they are just a witness:

  • Any adult in school
  • Friends
  • Friendship Monitors
  • Parents
  • Older siblings

If your child is upset or unhappy from the unkind behaviour of another child, then please report this immediately to your child’s class teacher or the Headteacher. Incidents that are reported will be dealt with promptly by the Headteacher and/or Deputy Headteacher to ensure tht the unacceptable behaviour is stopped and the issue resolved.

Click here: Children’s AntiBullying Policy to access our child friendly Anti Bullying Policy

Click here: Anti Bullying Policy 2017 to access our Anti Bullying Policy