Stamping out bullying is so important to us all. Every student has the right to work and socialise at the academy without fear of intimidation, threats or rudeness. Every student has the right to be treated with respect.
At Victory, we:
- Develop an ongoing study of black spots at the academy where bullying has occurred in the past. In the outside areas, vegetation has been cut and exclusion zones established.
- Establish an Ambassador team to support vulnerable students.
- Develop buddy programmes through Ambassadors at all 3 key stages.
- Have a website link for reporting any incidents.
- Review staff roster duties to ensure optimum monitoring of the academy.
- Survey of students to assess their views of the problem.
- Monitor arrivals and departures from the academy.
- Assign staff members to all corridors during lesson changes.
- Installed a Year 7 playground in Summer 2014.
- Implement a strong transition programme from July of Year 6.
Anti-Bullying Strategy at Victory
If your son/daughter is being bullied, they must report this to their Year Team or Form Tutor, who will look into the incident and deal with it appropriately and as quickly as possible.
A record will be kept of the incident.
Useful links and sources of information
The SHARP System:
School Help Advice Reporting Page System – Help with any problems you may have in or out of school. This is a CONFIDENTIAL way to stop YOU or a FRIEND or SOMEONE you have seen SUFFERING.
Find out more > Anti-Bullying Alliance:
Stop bullying and create safe environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.
Find out more > Kidscape – Preventing Bullying:
A huge range of activities and fundraising events for your school to take part in and help say NO to bullying and promote friendship.
Find out more > Gov.uk – Bullying at School:
The law, reporting bullying, bullying outside school and bullying – a definition.
Find out more > Cyber Mentors:
A social networking place where you can find out about bullying and what you can do about it and also talk to mentors your own age.
Find out more > Childline:
Cyber bullying is when a person, or a group of people, uses the internet, mobile phones or other digital technologies to threaten, tease or abuse someone.
Find out more > Digizen:
Information for educators, parents, carers and young people, sharing specific advice and resources on issues such as social networking and cyberbullying.
Find out more >