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Anti Bullying

  • We use the acronym STOP to ensure our pupils know what bullying is and what to do if it is happening. Bullying is Several Times On Purpose and if it is happening, we should Start Telling Other People.


  • Worry boxes are available in each teaching area for children to report any concerns or worries that they may have.
  • The school has a clear report format for recording incidents of bullying, racism or homophobic behaviour.
  • Each year we take part in national Anti-Bullying Week to further promote our anti-bullying message.
  • The Anti-Bullying Lead in school is Mrs Etchells and the Anti-Bullying Governor is Mrs Coates.

Anti-Bullying Week 2023: Make A Noise About Bullying

Anti-Bullying Week 2023 is coordinated in England, Wales and Northern Ireland by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. This year it has the theme 'Make A Noise About Bullying' and will take place from Monday 13th to Friday 17th November. The week will be kicked off with Odd Socks Day on Monday 13th November, where adults and children wear odd socks to celebrate what makes us all unique.


The theme of Make A Noise About Bullying came about following consultation with teachers and pupils by the Anti-Bullying Alliance which coordinates Anti-Bullying Week every year in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Teachers and children wanted a theme that empowered them to do something positive to counter the harm and hurt that bullying causes.

Following the success of the campaign in 2022 – when 80% of schools marked the week, reaching over 7.5 million children and young people – Anti-Bullying Week will remind everyone whether it’s in school, at home, in the community or online, we can bring an end to bullying.