We are proud to announce we were awarded silver status on the 'United Against Bullying' Programme
We are pleased to introduce you to our Harbinger Anti-Bullying Ambassadors!
This year, we sent application forms to KS2 children who were interested completed application forms to apply for this role.
The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors (or ABAs) are:
The children will work on various anti-bullying initiatives throughout the year, helping to spread the message of mutual respect, kindness and tolerance. They will help to promote the understanding that difference is a positive, not a negative, and that individual characteristics make people unique.
The ABAs are supported in their work by the following Anti-Bullying Leads:
Acting Deputy Headteacher - Inclusion
The children worked together with our PSHE lead, Tom Bem, to create a video on explaining what bullying is and what we can do to help each other.
We have also created a Child-Friendly Anti-Bullying Policy which is available to children in each classroom. Click below to read more:
Our ABAs recently met with our Link Governor for Behaviour and Anti-Bullying, Kiran Rahman. We met for a working lunch, to discuss the work done so far and actions for the future.
"Leaders provide opportunities for pupils to learn about what is right and wrong."
- Ofsted, 2019