The school has an Anti-bullying Steering Group which meets each half term to discuss how to further develop our anti-bullying work in school. If you would be interested in joining the steering group please speak to Mrs Tootell. The current members are:

Mrs R Tootell (Deputy Headteacher)
Miss R Spruce (SLT member)
Mrs V Inman (e-Safety Lead)
Miss S Lloyd (Computing Lead)
Miss T Bee (Pastoral Care)
Mrs A Johnson (Parent Governor)
Ms S Arbon (Parent)
Joshua (4Y)
Jack (4L)
Lennon (Pupil 5PL)
Carrie (Pupil 5O)
Bailey (Pupil 6D)
Harvey (Pupil 6D)
Lucy (Pupil 6D)

Here are our anti-bullying ambassadors taking their role very seriously doing jobs around school:






The pupils on the Steering Group are the school’s Anti-bullying Ambassadors.   They each had to apply for the job to be given this title. Click on any of these documents to see what they had to say about anti-bullying:








At a meeting in September the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors answered the questions ‘What is the Job of an Anti-Bullying Ambassador?’ this poster shows their compiled answers. Click on the poster if you would like to make it a larger image.

Click here to read the Anti-bullying Ambassador job description.

…Last January  Anti-bullying ambassadors from The Diana Award came to visit our school to carry out several workshops with our anti-bullying ambassadors. Four other local schools came along to join us with our training. The children had an exciting day carrying out a range of activities. Working alongside children from other schools really helped to boost the children’s confidence in their role. The children came together and shared their ideas and even began to create an action plan for the schools. Overall it was a really fun and informative day. All the children were awarded a certificate on completion of the training. Carrie Sherridan was also awarded ‘Anti-Bullying Ambassador’ of the day for her brilliant ideas throughout the day. …Below are some pictures of the day:

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