Clore Shalom School
What to do if you are being bullied
The Anti-bullying alliance defines bullying as:
The repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power.
There is a difference between someone being unkind, and bullying. In our school, we take both of these things extremely seriously.
If you ever feel like you are being bullied you can go to any trusted adult in this school - there are lots of people who can help you. Or if you do not want to go straight to an adult you could always ask your parents to email the school. You could also talk to a friend. Let your feet do the talking and walk away.
Look out for our 'here to help' posters in every room. Our Year 6 wellbeing leaders have given you some advice here: