At St. George’s Primary School we believe that all children have the right to be safe and happy at all times. We know that a school free from bullying is a school where each child can flourish and make the most of their learning and their play.
Representatives from the School Council attend the annual Anti-Bullying and E-Safety Conference.
The children helped contribute to the writing of this policy.
Please follow the link to see some informative videos:
It is really important to keep yourself safe when using the internet, online games, mobile phones,social networking sites such as Facebook and MSN and other digital technology.
During 2014-15 the School Council produced a poster showing their TOP TIPS for Cyber-Safety. We also have been sent a Newsletter and information on E-safety and Anti-bullying from the Safe Schools and Communities Team.
Anti-Bullying Week 2016
For anti-bullying week this year the children had School Council assemblies with special lessons in class. Each class also chose a child who had used their ‘Power for Good’ to help other people. See the winners below.
Power for Good and Children in Need Winners 2016