Behaviour and Anti Bullying

"Relationships at all levels are respectful. Pupils are delightful, polite and very well behaved. During my visit, I observed pupils with happy, smiling faces and who were keen to learn. They took the time to tell me that they are ‘very proud of their school’ and that their teachers make ‘learning fun’."  OFSTED March 2016

At Farndon, we pride ourselves on the fact that our children are very well behaved in class, in and around school or when on visits away from school. We take bullying very seriously and all stakeholders within our school will not tolerate any form of bullying within our school. Throughout the year we recognise anti bullying week, hold assemblies on bullying and it is included within our PSHCE curriculum. Please take some time to look at our Anti Bullying Pollicy and Behaviour Policy. Also, below there are some useful web links for parents to access. Our policies and procedures on discipline meet Article 28 for the Rights of the child; they respect children's dignity and their rights.

As part of Anti Bullying Week this year, we looked at how Change Starts with Us! We looked at what this meant in action and how it linked to our school values of kindness, friendship and respect. We also looked at how we can be inclusive and not leave someone out. And during theweek, children were encouraged to do random acts of kindness. 

To find out more follow this link:

Also this link- click here

Anti Bullying Alliance - click here

Below are fantastic websites for Parents, giving advice on how they can support their children. Click on the link below.

A new website by the NSPCC has been launched, giving parents practical tips on how to keep their children safe on social networking sites. The website is aimed at parents with children aged 8 and over. Click on the link below to find out more.

Click here: Share Aware

www.bullying.co.uk

www.childline.co.uk

www.antibullying.net  

http://www.kidscape.org.uk/

 

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