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Bullying

Bullying

 

If your child is getting bullied you can speak to a member of staff at the school. Staff members have a responsibility to safeguard pupils. If you don’t feel confident speaking to a member of staff, try writing down what is happening and give this to a teacher or email this to them.

If you wish to remain anonymous, speak to the School Reception and ask them to put your letter into the teachers pigeon hole (mailbox)

Read the schools Anti-Bullying policy, ensure everything is being followed
If nothing is being done to resolve the bullying, take note of the schools complaints policy and follow this through.

If you are not happy with the response from your letter of complaint, you can take this to the schools chair of governors. If after you are still unsatisfied with the response, you can approach the Local Education Authority (LEA).

 

 

Support Organisations for Bullying


Anti-Bullying Alliance 

 

ChildLine 

This website has lots of resources and information for children and their parents on Bullying. For more information, you can contact them on:

Telephone - 0800 1111

 

Young Minds

Young Minds is a UK leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. For more information, you can contact them on:

Telephone - 0808 802 5544

 

Bullying UK

This service has a wide range of information to support you with aspects of Bullying and steps you can take.  You can contact them on:

Telephone - 0808 800 2222