Welcome to the Stamshaw Junior School
Is it bullying?
It is if individuals or groups are:
· Calling your child names;
· Threatening him/her;
· Threatening your child to give someone money or possessions;
· Hitting your child;
· Damaging your child’s possessions;
· Spreading rumours about your child or your family;
· Using text, email or web space to write or say hurtful things about your child (cyber-bullying)
It is also bullying if your child feels hurt because of things said about ethnic background, religious faith, gender, sexuality, disability, special educational need, appearance or specific issues in your family.
What should you do if your child is being bullied?
Talk to school staff about bullying. At our school your first contact point to report concerns about bullying is Mrs Callard or your child’s class teacher.
They are best contacted by email – firstname.lastname@example.org or messages can be left with reception on 92661045
· It will help to sort out what action to take if you can bear in mind that the teacher may have no idea that your child is being bullied or may have heard conflicting accounts of an incident.
· Be specific as possible about what your child says has happened; give dates, places and names of other pupils involved.
· Make a note of what action the school intends to take.
· Ask if there is anything you can do to help your child
· Stay in touch with the school; let them know if things improve as well as if problems continue.
Parent Information Sheet
Organisations that can offer support
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