St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

Growing and learning together, as part of God’s family, to be the best we can be.

Brook Road, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 5HL

020 8953 3753

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Anti Bullying

Any repeated behaviour aimed at intentionally intimidating a child, such as hitting, threatening, teasing or persistently excluding them from their games, is considered bullying and will not be tolerated in school.

Children who experience bullying should never retaliate but must be encouraged to report such incidents to a teacher, the Head teacher or put a note in the Worry Box. All reported cases of bullying will be acted upon.

Whilst not strictly considered bullying, some children will play games involving a high level of physical contact and which consequently carry an unacceptable high risk of injury. Such games will not be allowed in school.

The Head teacher reports racist or bullying incidents to the school governors each term. Hertfordshire LA monitors the number of incidents annually.

"Pupils' behaviour is positive in lessons and around the school. Pupils know the difference between what is right and wrong. Pupils show respect to each other and their teachers. Bullying is rare. When it does occur, teachers act quickly and effectively."(Ofsted January 2020)

Bullying advice | Bullying UK

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Bullying advice from Bullying UK - bullying at work, cyberbullying, and find out how you can deal with it from leading bullying organisation Bullying UK, part of 

Our pupils took part in an Anti Bullying workshop 15th November 2019

 

Y5 Anti Bullying Assembly  20th November 2019