Safeguarding and keeping children safe is our top priority.
We adopt a clear and rigorous anti-bullying approach. We promote awareness all year and support Anti-bullying Week in November. We display an Anti-bullying Tree in the hall which we review twice a year. On our tree children each have cut around their hand and written five kind words to say. A Buddy Bus Stop gives pupils a place to go at playtime and lunchtime if they need help or friendship. Our younger children all have an older buddy. Children in Class 4 take turns to be play leaders and also use their training in The Make Me Smile project whereby three children each day help support happiness and well-being - "Happiness First Aiders". Our Anti-bullying Policy has again been reviewed (reviewed annually) by staff and governors this week.
The governors have also completed their annual review of our Behaviour policy as well. We are proud of the high expectations for our children and how much they aspire to them.
To view our Anti-bullying Policy and Behaviour Policy please click here.