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Anti-Bullying

'We all have a duty to work together to protect vulnerable individuals from bullying and other forms of abuse.

We believe in tackling bullying by encouraging an environment where individuality is celebrated and individuals can develop without fear.'

Cavendish's Definition of Bullying

Our understanding of bullying is as follows:

"Behaviour by an individual or group, which is repeated over time, that intentionally hurts another individual or group either physically or emotionally"

What We Do to Prevent Bullying

Everyone involved in the life of the school/setting must take responsibility for promoting a common anti-bullying approach. Through the consultation process, all stakeholders have agreed to:

  •  Be supportive of each other.
  • Ensure that where bullying has been identified and managed, support from the Child and Family Support Officer is implemented for all involved.
  • Provide positive role models.
  • Convey a clear understanding that we disapprove of unacceptable behaviour.
  • Be clear that we all follow the Golden Rules of Cavendish Primary School.
  • Be fully involved in the development of the anti-bullying policy and support anti-bullying practice.
  • Support each other in the implementation of this policy.
  • Deliver high quality PHSCE lessons and assemblies to educate pupils about bullying and how to deal with it.
  • Participate in anti-bullying week.
  • Continue membership of the Anti-bullying alliance
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