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Anti Bullying

St. Peter's provides a caring, learning environment underpinned by Christian faith, belief and values where everybody is given the opportunity to grow and fulfil their true potential, just like the Mustard Seed in the Parable of the Mustard Seed, Matthew 13:32.  “Although it is the smallest of all seeds, yet it grows into the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and nest in its branches.” At St. Peter’s, we are ‘Growing and Learning together’ so we can become strong and dependable, just like the Mustard Seed, Matthew 13:32.  

Our Christian Values underpin everything that we do here at St Peter’s.  These are: To show love and care to others, To respect other people's beliefs or cultures, To try your best, To be kind and helpful, To be honest in our relationships, To behave with patience and respect and To celebrate our achievement and hard work.

In line with this statement:

  • All bullying, of any sort, is therefore unacceptable.
  • Pupils who experience bullying will be supported.
  • We recognise the effects that bullying can have on pupils’ feelings of worth and on their school work, and the school community will actively promote an anti-bullying environment.
  • If you are concerned about anything, please contact 

Our Intentions in producing this policy are:

  • To express our belief that all pupils should be included fully in the life of the school.
  • To provide a learning environment free from any threat or fear, which is conducive to the achievement of individual aspirations.
  • To reduce and to eradicate, wherever possible, instances in which pupils are made to feel frightened, excluded or unhappy.
  • To reduce and to eradicate, wherever possible, instances in which pupils are subject to any form of bullying.
  • To respond effectively to all instances of bullying that are reported to us.
  • To establish a means of dealing with bullying, and of providing support to pupils who have been bullied.
  • To provide support for pupils who are accused of bullying, who may be experiencing problems of their own.
  • To ensure that all pupils and staff are aware of the policy and that they fulfil their obligations to it.
  • To meet any legal obligations which rest with the school.
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