We are proud to provide high quality mental health and pastoral care for the pupils of our school. As a Rights Respecting School, we do not tolerate bullying. In order to support children who feel they are being bullied we have appointed five Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.

These children work together with the help of Mr Hill to think of ways we can prevent bullying in school, and make it a happy and safe place for all. One of our new initiatives is the school ‘Worry Boxes’.

These are post boxes outside each classroom where children can post a note if they are worried about something at school. This could be a bullying issue, something about school work or any other worry. The team meet with Mr Hill to look at the notes and then decide how best to support the child.