A person is bullied when he or she is exposed regularly and over a period of time to negative action on the part of one or more persons.
Such actions may include various forms of ‘cyber’ bullying by text, e-mail, website, or other means.
School will take responsibility for such instances if they occur within school hours (including extracurricular time), on school premises (or on school trips), or using school equipment.
If you or someone you know is being bullied, the School is keen to help it stop.
The following form is confidential and is sent directly to the Head Teacher. You can be assured that anything you write will be treated discretely, sensitively and in confidence.
Please complete as much information as you feel able to (all fields are optional):
To help clarify the detail a member of staff may need to have a quiet word with you about this.
(If you don’t want to talk to a member of staff, this information will still be retained and could be followed up)
Thank you for taking the time to bring this to the school's attention.
The following documents may be of interest to you:
Anti-bullying Policy (PDF)
Behaviour Policy (PDF)
Unacceptable Conduct (PDF)
“ Nearly three-quarters of students, parents and carers expressed confidence that bullying is dealt with well, including students who had experienced bullying in the last year.”