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Child-Friendly Anti-Bullying Policy

This policy was written by the children in School Council and shared with the rest of the school during Anti-Bullying Week.  

Everyone in our school community takes bullying seriously. We want everyone to be safe and happy in our school. We will teach everyone about bullying and how to prevent it from happening.

What is bullying?

Behaviour by an individual or group, usually repeated over time that intentionally hurts another child involving an imbalance of power.


Ways of bullying:

Emotional: Hurting other people’s feelings, leaving you out

Physical: punching, kicking, spitting, pushing

Verbal: being teased, name calling

Cyber: saying unkind things by text, email and online

Racist: calling you names because of the colour of your skin

What to do if you are being bullied:


  • Ask them to STOP.
  • Ignore them.
  • Find a member of staff.
  • Walk away.
  • Use a worry box to tell the teacher.
  • Talk to a friend or a parent.


  • Do what the bully says.
  • Get angry or upset.
  • Think that it’s your fault.
  • Hide the problem.

What should I do if I see someone else being bullied?

  • Tell an adult straight away.
  • Don’t be a by-stander. Remember if you laugh or do nothing you are supporting the bully
  • Don’t stay silent or the bullying will keep on happening.
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