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Anti-Bullying

At Red Oak Primary School we say NO! to bullying

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The 14th November - 18th November 2016 was Anti-Bullying week and schools across the country where thinking of ways in which they can stop bullying. Here at Red Oak Primary School we have our own Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.

These children were chosen by their classmates to become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. They are easily recognisable around school or at playtimes and lunchtimes by their anti-bullying badges. Children at our school know that they can find one of the ambassadors and they will help them. 

Please click on the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors tab in the Pupil Zone to see who they are.

What can Anti-Bullying Ambassadors do?

  • Listen to children's problems or worry's
  • Walk children to somewhere safe
  • Help tell an adult what has happened
  • If you are worried about telling an adult yourself the ambassadors can tell them for you
  • Look after those being bullied and offer friendship and support
  • Make sure other children are happy

What can't they do?

  • They are trained not to argue or fight with bullies
  • They are not allowed to tell off or shout at bullies
  • They can't make the bullying STOP all by themselves...but they can do their best to reduce it happening in our school and help those who are getting bullied

We can ALL help to STOP bullying in our school

  • If you see somebody being unkind, tell them to stop! - bullies don't like a crowd
  • Tell an adult for example a dinner lady or teacher and they can deal with bully

 

Remember - standing and watching bullies is actually helping them - Don't get involved!

 

Go to the Anti Bullying Alliance website for more information by clicking their logo below: