You have the right to feel safe and happy at school. We take bullying very seriously at Granby and we always want to know if you think someone is bullying you.
What is Bullying?
Bullying is when another person says or does something unkind or unpleasant to you:
Several Times On Purpose
If you think that something like this is happening to you, it is really important that you:
Start Telling Other People
Bullying behaviour might include:
Who Can Help?
There are lots of people in school who are ready to help you if you think you are being bullied. You could speak to your teacher, assistant teacher or one of the lunchtime teachers. You could write a note and put it in one of the STOP boxes in the downstairs and upstairs halls. Or you could speak to one of the following people:
|Mr Cross||Mrs Carr||Mrs Swift||Mrs Brazier|
|Headteacher||Deputy Headteacher||Deputy Headteacher||Anti-bullying Lead|
If your parent or carer would like to speak to one of these staff about bullying, they can send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
How Can We Help?
We can help by:
At Granby, we use restorative conversations to help children understand how their words and actions affect other people and become more respectful and responsible individuals. If you think this would like help to have a restorative conversation, you can ask any adult or one of our restorative champions on the playground.
Restorative conversations are built on five questions:
Where Can I Find More Help?
The following websites contain lots of useful information about what to do if you think you are being bullied, as well as phone numbers to call if you would like to speak to someone outside of school about it.