This page has been designed to ensure that every member of our school community can easily access information about how the school deals with bullying.
As a school, we will:
- Adopt a ‘whole school’ approach in tackling bullying
- Help to prevent bullying through our school values and ethos
- Involve student leaders and use student voice to support what we do
- Implement prevention strategies and promote campaigns sharing key anti-bullying messages
- Provide a clear, easily accessible and effective reporting process, ensuring concerns are dealt with in a timely manner
Allerton Grange School has an Anti-bullying Policy and a clear message to all; tell someone. By telling an adult, any member of staff can inform the relevant Behaviour and Welfare team who will address the problem quickly and efficiently. Any reports of bullying are taken seriously and dealt with in a timely manner.
We also have a Student Wellbeing Group, identified from the white star badges on their lapels, who are there to provide act as eyes and ears for their peers. Students can approach members of the Student Wellbeing Group who will support them in telling and adult if they have concerns around bullying. These student leaders also get involved in campaigns and initiatives throughout the year covering a range of topics, including anti-bullying.
Our statement of Intent
We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our pupils so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Allerton Grange values and celebrates diversity and expects all sections of our school community to demonstrate respect towards others and together, make our school ‘safe for everyone’.
We want our school to be an environment which is ‘safe, supportive and listening’, where all sections of our school community (governors, staff, students and parents) understand that bullying in any form, by anyone (adults or children) and anywhere, is always unacceptable.
We expect everyone to take action when bullying occurs and that all pupils and parents should feel assured that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively.
Student Wellbeing group at Allerton Grange
LGBT Club at Allerton Grange (details can be found on the LGBT noticeboard in school)
Children’s Legal Centre - 0845 345 4345
KIDSCAPE - 0845 120 5204
Parents Helpline (Mon – Fri, 10-4)
Parentline Plus - 0808 800 2222
Anti Bullying Alliance
Advisory Centre for Education (ACE)
Please be aware that by submitting a completed form you agree to send all the details shown in the form to the relevant member of Allerton Grange School Staff.
Allerton Grange School or any of its representatives are not responsible for the security of any of the supplied data and as such confidentiality of any data transmitted via this form cannot be guaranteed.