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Winscombe Primary School

Anti-bullying

What is Bullying?

 

In our school, a bully is someone who hurts someone several times, by using behaviour which is meant to hurt, frighten or upset another person.

 

Bullying can be…

 

Emotional: Hurting people’s feelings, leaving you out, writing messages.

Physical: Punching, kicking, spitting hitting, pushing, theft.

Verbal: Being teased, name-calling, gossiping, and spreading untruths, constantly being rude.

Racist: Calling you racist names.

Cyber: Unkind things by text, e-mail and social networking.

REMEMBER: -

  • TELL AN ADULT.
  • SAVE IT.
  • PRINT OUT THE MESSAGE.

 

When is it bullying?

 

Several

Times

On

Purpose

 

If you are bullied: -

 

You could: -

  • Ask them to STOP if you can.
  • Use eye contact and tell them to go away.
  • Ignore them.
  • Walk away.

 

DON’T: -

  • Do what they say.
  • Get angry or look upset.
  • Hit them or retaliate.
  • Think it’s your fault.
  • Hide it.
  • Stay silent.

 

ALWAYS

TELL

SOMEONE!

Who can I tell?

 

A friend; someone in your family; Teachers; Mrs Williams; LSAs; School Council Members; Lunch Time Staff; any grown up who works in school.

 

MOST IMPORTANTLY: -

If you are being bullied:

 

Start Telling Other People!

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

 

  • Don’t walk away and ignore the bullying.
  • Tell the bully to stop if it is safe to do so.
  • Don’t stay silent or the bullying will keep happening.
  • Tell an adult what you have seen.
  • Tell an adult if someone has told you that they are being bullied.

 

TELL SOMEONE!

STAND UP AND SPEAK OUT!

At Winscombe Primary School all staff, the Governors, the school council and the children will work together to:

 

  • Make our school a place where everyone can feel safe and happy. That means no bullying is allowed.
  • We will help everyone to get on with each other and we believe that everyone has the right to be who they are.
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