Behaviour and Anti Bullying

"Pupils behave well. They told me that discriminatory behaviour is not tolerated. Pupils are adamant that there is no racist or homophobic bullying. Pupils said that staff act swiftly on the rare occasions that bullying happens. "  OFSTED March 2020

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.

Click Here to find out about the work of our Anti-Bullying School Ambassadors: School Ambassadors

As part of Anti Bullying Week this year, is on the 13th November and the theme is "Let's Make a Noise abiout Bullying". Bullying affects millions of lives and can leave us feeling hopeless. But it doesn’t have to be this way. If we challenge it, we can change it. And it starts by reaching out. Reach out to someone you trust if you need to talk. Reach out to someone you know is being bullied. Reach out and consider a new approach. Together, let’s be the change we want to see. Reflect on our own behaviour, set positive examples and create kinder communities.

It takes courage, but it can change lives. So, this Anti-Bullying Week, let’s come together and reach out to stop bullying.Click here

One of our parents told us, "My children love school and I have always felt I can speak to the school if I needed to. The teachers and staff are warm, friendly and embracing."

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


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