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At Caslon Primary Community School a Rights Respecting Ethos is embedded throughout our school. The children are taught about the values, attitudes and skills which foster mutual respect and caring towards others, creating an effective and caring school. The UNCRC is at the heart of Caslon Primary Community School and is the basis for all of our policies. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at our school.


Definition of Bullying

When someone repeatedly and deliberately says or does mean or hurtful things to another person.


There are three components of bullying:


Traditional bullying can be ....



Warning Signs, the following are indications that a child may be being bullied:



What can parents do?


Parents can play a central role to preventing bullying and stopping it when it happens. Here are a few things you can do.



Click here to see Information for Parents and Carers on Bullying produced by Anti-Bullying Alliance. This dance on how to make a complaint about bullying


What we do at Caslon


At Caslon we do not tolerate bullying of any kind. If we discover that an act of bullying or intimidation has taken place, we act immediately to stop any further occurrences of such behaviour. While it is very difficult to eradicate bullying, we do everything in our power to ensure that all children attend school free from fear.

 

We are proud to provide high quality nurture and pastoral care for the pupils of our school. As a Rights Respecting School, we do not tolerate bullying. In order to support children who feel they are being bullied we have appointed five Anti-Bullying Ambassadors These children work together with the help of Mr Grice and Mr Hill to think of ways we can prevent bullying in school, and make it a happy and safe place for all. One of our new initiatives is the school 'Worry Boxes'.


These are post boxes outside each classroom where children can post a note if they are worried about something at school. This could be a bullying issue, something about school work or any other worry. The team meet with Mr Grice/ Mr Hill to look at the notes and then decide how best to support the child.


Our school behaviour policy is therefore designed to support the way in which all members of the school can live and work together in a supportive way. It aims to promote an environment where everyone feels happy, safe and secure.

 

If bullying occurs:

 

Procedures:  


Anti-Bullying At Caslon

To access this school's Anti-Bullying Policy please click HERE.


To access this school's Behaviour Policy please click HERE.


Anti-Bullying Policy 2016.pdf Info For Parents .pdf Behaviour Policy 2016.pdf

Caslon Primary Community School

Beeches View Avenue

Halesowen

B63 2ES

Tel: 01384 818875

Email: info@caslon.dudley.sch.uk

Head Teacher: Mrs K Brass