Anti-Bullying

Kingsbury School community recognises that bullying, especially if left unaddressed, can have a devastating effect on individuals; it can create a barrier to learning and have serious consequences for mental wellbeing. By effectively preventing and tackling bullying, our school can help to create a safe, disciplined environment, where students are able to learn and fulfil their potential. At Kingsbury School we believe that everyone should:

  • Feel safe, secure and happy.
  • Treat others the way they would like to be treated.
  • Respect all members of our community (respect to all, from all).
  • Celebrate difference, and value people’s feelings and faiths, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disabilities.
  • Stand up for what is right.

Our Anti-Bullying Policy outlines our ethos and how we respond to allegations of bullying in our school and can be found on the Policies page.

HELPFUL LINKS

  • Anti Bullying Alliance – Interactive anti-bullying tool for parents, giving advice and guidance to parents and carers. Very easy to use.
  • Safetonet – Anti Bullying Alliance sponsor that give advice and guidance to parents about on safeguarding their children online.
  • Childnet – Advice and information on the digital issues facing young people.
  • Anti Bullying Alliance – Advice and Guidance about the dangers of ‘Banter’.
  • MIND – Advice, information and support for parents who are worried about the effects of bullying on their child.
  • Bullying UK and Kidscape – Information, advice and guidance for parents about bullying.
  • OWN IT: Parentshelp kids make the most of their lives online.
Anti-Bullying Leaflet click here