What is bullying?

Bullying is behaviour which deliberately makes another person feel uncomfortable, distressed or threatened. It is often repeated over a period of weeks and months. Bullies attempt to make their victims feel intimidated and powerless to defend themselves.

Why are we against bullying?

What types of bullying are there?

What are the signs and symptoms of bullying?

Bullying affects different people in different ways and they may indicate signs or behaviours that show they are being bullied. Staff are trained to recognise these signs and will investigate and support a child if they believe their behaviour is as a result of bullying.

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