Catherine Junior School

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Anti-Bullying

 

Bullying is one of the biggest concerns for parents, if you find out or suspect your child is being bullied, there are things you can do to resolve the problem.

Please approach Mr Taylor who is available in his room.

Alternatively, please speak either to your child's class teacher or make an appointment to see the Deputy or Headteacher.

The links opposite are useful websites regarding bullying.

 Your Anti-Bullying Ambassadors (ABAs)

We are your Anti-Bullying Ambassadors (ABAs) and are available to talk to every playtime and lunchtime to listen to your worries and concerns. Working closely with Mr T, we are fully trained to discuss any issues you may have. We know that some children don’t like to talk to a teacher, their parents or carers about concerns that might be upsetting them, so that’s where we’re able to help.
If you have a problem, not matter how small, talk to Mr T’s ABAs!

Below are some really useful leaflets for parents and children regarding bullying.

Parents Leaflet

Peer Leaflet

Pupil Leaflet

STOP Leaflet

During Anti-Bullying Week, we wore odd socks, coloured in posters and many other classroom based activities to demonstrate that #changestartswithus

Catherine Junior school have worked on a year long project to help us understand how we tackle bullying in our school. The Anti-bullying Alliance measured our efforts against other schools and awarded us a silver certificate. 

Catherine Junior School are proud to be awarded Stonewall’s SCHOOL CHAMPION BRONZE AWARD. Our school has been recognised for celebrating diversity and tackling all forms of bullying including homophobic bullying etc.