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Anti-bullying – a parent’s guide

We expect our pupils to act safely and to feel safe in school and we work hard to make sure that they understand the issues relating to bullying and feel confident to seek support from school should they feel unsafe. We also want our parents and carers to feel confident that their children are safe and cared for in school and to know that incidents, should they arise, are dealt with promptly and well.

If you have any concerns about bullying, please arrange to speak to your child’s class teacher or talk directly with Peter Cresswell, our headteacher.

Take a look at the website links and documents below for further information.


Our Anti-Bullying Policy outlines our approach to preventing and tackling bullying. It also contains links to useful websites and organisations, providing further support and advice.

The ‘Anti-Bullying Alliance’ website contains lots of useful information, including an interactive anti-bullying parent information tool which provides advice and information about bullying in an interactive way.

The ‘childnet’ website contains lots of advice for parents related to cyber-bullying and keeping children safe online.


The NSPCC website contains useful information for parents on bullying and cyberbullying and how to access support.