Westbury Leigh Primary School


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Behaviour and Anti-bullying

Behaviour

At Westbury Leigh Church of England Primary School we inspire everyone to have the courage to aspire and achieve.  Our core values of respect, responsibility and courage underpin the climate in which we work and the behaviour we expect.  All children have the right to an education, the school climate of calm and dignity supports this through clear structures and expectations in upholding high expectations of conduct and behaviour for learning in every space and activity. 

Behaviour for learning 

Children are expected to live out the schools values of respect, responsibility and courage in their conduct in lessons, around school and in the wider community.  

 The schools rules are: 

Children who uphold these and are exemplary role models may be nominated to be a school ambassador and wear a badge to show this, they act as a role model for others across the school. 

The school follows a restorative approach to behaviour and children are encouraged to reflect on their actions and restore the situation so that both parties are able to move forward.  

At Westbury Leigh Primary School we believe that all pupils have the right to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without the fear of bullying or harassment. 

Through our Christian Values, our school community embraces individuality and celebrates those qualities that make us all unique.   Bullying is not tolerated at our school and we have a clear policy on how to prevent, identify and respond to bullying behaviour. 

Behaviour Policy

Behaviour Addendum Policy

 

Our Anti-Bullying Philosophy

At Westbury Leigh Primary School we believe that all pupils have the right to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without the fear of bullying or harassment.

Through our Christian Values, our school community embraces individuality and celebrates those qualities that make us all unique.   Bullying is not tolerated at our school and we have a clear policy on how to prevent, identify and respond to bullying behaviour.

Please click here for how we respond to reported friendship and bulllying issues. 

Below is the flowchart that children are encouraged to use to help them resolve conflicts in school.

We are pleased to have been able to take part in the NSPCC Stay Safe assemblies.

 

Useful Websites & Numbers

Name of organisation

Telephone number

Website

Act Against Bullying

0845 230 2560

www.actagainstbullying.com

Advisory Centre for Education (ACE)

0207 704 3370

www.ace-ed.org.uk

Anti-bully

not available

www.antibully.org.uk

Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA)

0207 843 1901

www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk

Anti-bullying Network

0131 651 6103

www.antibullying.net

Beatbullying

0845 338 5060

www.beatbullying.org.uk

Bully Free Zone

01204 454 958

www.bullyfreezone.co.uk

Bullying Online

020 7378 1446

www.bullying.co.uk

BBC

not available

www.bbc.co.uk

Childline

0800 1111 (helpline for children)

www.childline.org.uk

Kidscape

020 7730 3300 (general enquiry number)
08451 205 204 (helpline for adults only)

www.kidscape.org.uk
www.beyondbullying.com

NSPCC

0207 825 2500

www.nspcc.org.uk

Parentline Plus

0808 800 2222

www.parentlineplus.org.uk

 

In November 2016, the Wiltshire Assembly of Youth (WAY), an elected group voicing young people’s concerns, launched an anti-bullying charter setting out a vision to tackle bullying across the county; WAY is concerned about the impact that bullying has upon emotional well-being and mental health.

 

Please see the information provided in the link below: