Anti Bullying

Bullying is not tolerated at the Kimberley School.  Every student has the right feel safe in school.

This page sets out what we expect of each other at the Kimberley School and what you should do if

you have any concerns.

Bullying: A Charter of Student rights

As a member of our school you have the right:

  • Not to be bullied

  • To say ‘no’ firmly to anything you think is wrong

  • To protect yourself by ignoring others or by walking away

  • To talk to somebody if someone is making you unhappy

  • To be listened to in confidence

 

Bullying: A Charter of Student Responsibilities

As a member of our school you are expected:

  • To work with others to stop bullying

  • Not to be afraid of reporting any incidents. If you do nothing, it might suggest that you are supporting the bullying

  • Not to put up with bullies in your group of friends

  • Remember, bullying may involve violence, name-calling, graffiti, damage to property or psychological bullying such as sneering, staring or ignoring.

How can parents or other adults report concerns about bullying?

 

  • ​​By phoning the school reception and asking for the Student Support Team

  • By emailing the school reception (office@kimberleyschool.co.uk)  who will refer this to the Student Support Team

  • Through the online,  anonymous reporting system - SHARP on the school website

  • By contacting any other member of staff at the school

How can students report concerns about bullying?

  • By reporting to the Student Support Team

  • By reporting to any other adult (tutor, teacher, Senior Leader, Year Performance Leader) that they trust in the school

  • Through the online,  anonymous reporting system - SHARP on the school website

 

 

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The Kimberley School

Newdigate St | Kimberley | Nottinghamshire | NG16 2NJ

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