Fullhurst Community College will not tolerate any form of bullying. All incidents will be taken seriously. We are proud to have won an Anti-Bullying Award in recognition of our good practice in preventing and tacking bullying within the college.
Bullying is behaviour by an individual or group that intentionally hurts another individual or group either physically or emotionally, which happenes Several Times On Purpose. We use the STOP acronym again to advise students to Start Telling Other People.
Advice for parents / carers
- Talk to your child and find out what happened. Encourage them to write it down.
- Tell them to speak to their Head of Year as soon as they reach school.
- If the problem persists, please contact your child's Head of Year on 0116 282 4326 or via email@example.com
A reminder to students
If you have any concerns, about yourself or a fellow student, it is important to talk to your Head of Year.
What will we do?
- Head of Year will listen and investigate, speaking to the victim and perpetrator separately.
- Head of Year will put appropriate consequence in place.
- Victim will be offered support.
- Perpetrator's parents will be informed.
- Victim and parents will be informed and advised to speak to Head of Year if any further issues arise.
- On some occasions police are contacted and can come in to school to speak to perpetrators.
- Victim is monitored to ensure that they feel safe.
- Information is passed to Safeguarding Officer and logged.
The Fullhurst Community College Anti-Bullying and Harassment policy can be read in full on the policies page.