Academy’s Definition of Bullying
Behaviour by an individual or group, usually repeated over time, that intentionally hurts another individual or group either physically or emotionally.
These are some of the ways that young children have described bullying as. To be classed as bullying, they MUST BE DONE REPEATEDLY.
Don’t ignore bullying, it won’t go away but only get worse.
Tell someone you trust, a teacher a friend even your parents.
Remember it’s not your fault.
No-one has the right to stop you from going to school.
Tips for dealing with bullying
If you want to report any incidents of bullying either you are a bully, or have been bullied, or witnessed an act of bullying, you can speak to a teacher or email the address below. All issues will be dealt with sensitively and privately.
firstname.lastname@example.org or you could speak to a peer mentor.
You can make anonymous reports in confidence using the SHARP system here.
Your Academy has a duty to protect you from bullying and keep you safe. Try taking a quiet moment to talk to someone you trust and tell them about the problem. That could be a teacher or someone else you feel comfortable talking to.
Wrenn Academy has its own Peer Mentors who are there for you to talk to. Everything is strictly confidential.
If you want to chat to someone your age you can email the address below and you will be given a mentor with a time and place for meeting which is totally confidential, only you and your mentor will know, or you can ask a teacher and they will contact the mentors for you.