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Staff Pupils All members of staff will: • Adhere to the school’s Anti-Bulling policy and deal with all incidents in accordance with the procedures outlined in that document. • Follow the schools policy on behaviour at all times and always encourage positive examples of behaviour. Where examples of undesirable behaviours are demonstrated then a member of staff will issue a series of consequences and deal with these appropriately in accordance with the school’s behaviour management policy. • Listen to a pupil’s complaint, take it seriously and deal with the issue immediately. Where necessary, a parent/carer will be informed and serious incidents/concerns will also be reported to the Headteacher. • Be approachable, friendly and caring in their approach to dealing/listening to a child’s problems or concerns. • Educate their class and provide regular opportunities to learn about bullying – these aspects should be incorporated in to all elements of the curriculum and any issue that is raised should be addressed immediately. In addition, discrete learning opportunities should be planned for through PSHCE and SEAL lessons. • Develop children’s knowledge and understanding of bullying and raise awareness of the many different forms that it can take. • Plan and deliver whole school assemblies and invite visitors in to school, where appropriate, who can address a range of different issues which surround bullying in further detail. • Promote RRSA and build upon the work that has already been done (RRSA level one). We will work towards level 2. All pupils will: • Respect the rights of others by following the rules outlined in our School Charter. They will not prevent others from accessing these rights. • Report any incidents of bullying to a member of staff. • Reflect upon the issues that are raised during whole school assemblies and use their reflection time to think about how their actions can affect others. • Be fair, cooperate, collaborate, be polite and pay respect to EVERYONE and EVERYTHING. • Use ICT with care and will keep their personal details safe and secure – any suspicious behaviour should be reported to an adult immediately (either at home or at school). • Share, include people and make others welcome. • Walk away from a place/person who is upsetting them and tell someone. Peer Mediators and Buddies will: • Wear their green tabards on the school yard so they can be easily identified by other pupils and deal with any minor problems that a pupil may raise. • Report any serious concerns to a member of staff on the yard. School Council members will: • Be an ambassador for the school and promote Anti-Bullying at all times. • Work alongside staff to develop a school community that is happy, welcoming and supportive. Our school council, along with staff, have thought carefully about bullying and the affect it can have upon those who experience it. We are a happy and friendly school where everyone follows the mission statement, ‘Respect, Support, Enjoy, Achieve’. We work tirelessly to ensure that everyone is happy and safe so that success and achievement can be accessed by all. The points noted below have been decided upon by our school council and by children across school. Everyone is aware of the issues which surround bullying – along with the many forms it can take – and understand how they can deal with these incidents if they ever do occur.