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.
When is it bullying?
If you are bullied: -
You could: -
Who can I tell?
A friend; someone in your family; Teachers; Mrs Richardson; 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?
STAND UP AND SPEAK OUT!
At Winscombe Primary School all staff, the Governors, the school council and the children will work together to: