Pupils should speak to an adult if they are upset by how they have been treated or if they are concerned about one of their peers. If they receive emails, texts or messages that make them feel uncomfortable, pupils should save them and show them to an adult - these messages should not be responded to.
Do remember that your child’s account is only one side of the story and the academy has a commitment to investigate all reports fully before deciding on the best course of action.
Parents who are concerned that their child might be being bullied or who suspect that their child may be the perpetrator of bullying, should contact their child’s Head of Year immediately.
Parents have a responsibility to support the Academy’s anti-bullying policy and to actively encourage their child to be a positive member of the Academy through fostering in their children, acceptable standards of behaviour, good personal relationships and respect for others.