Anti-Bullying Week 2018 : Choose "Respect"
The theme for this year's Anti-Bullying Week is to choose respect over bullying
Following a consultation with over 800 children, teachers and members of the Anti-Bullying Alliance, it emerged that a top priority was showing that bullying is a behaviour choice, and that children and young people can set a positive example by opting to respect each other at school, in their homes and communities and online.
The aims of this week were to support schools and other settings to help children and young people, school staff, parents and other professionals who work with children to understand:
The Anti-Bullying Alliance, with the continued support of SafeToNet, has developed a set of free cross-curricular teaching resources to support both primary and secondary schools to embrace the theme of respect.
At Morpeth All Saints we believe everyone should be treated with:
forgiveness friendship honesty love respect
We aim to make all those connected with the school aware of our opposition to bullying and we make clear each person’s responsibilities with regard to the eradication of bullying in our school.
At Morpeth All Saints CE Aided First School we believe through raising awareness of bullying we can:-
Help everyone understand what bullying is
Talk openly about bullying and when they are subjected to it
Provide children with the strategies to deal with bullying
Model how to treat others
This will enable all our children to feel safe Learning with Love and Laughter.
What is bullying?
If somebody physically hurts you, or verbally abuses you, that’s bullying. Specific types of bullying include:
Bullying can be a one-off or it can go on for a long time and bullying can happen to anyone!
Cyber bullying is any form of bullying that occurs via electronic communication such as e-mail, text and
social media. Remember! If your child thinks they are being targeted (by anyone or groups) and any content they see or hear about from others should be reported to the Police immediately for investigation.
Discusses the issues around cyberbullying and offers advice on prevention and
how to tackle the people who do this and problems should they occur.
Miss K. Halliday (Headteacher) is responsible for implementing anti-bullying strategy.
The named governor is: Mrs S. Alexander
The named e-safety govenor is: Mr. G Anderson
Our school is situated in attractive and extensive well maintained grounds in a small housing estate, Lancaster Park, which is north of the town of Morpeth. The school first opened in 1972 and was formerly known as Wansbeck St Aidan Church of England Aided First School until it was renamed in 2001.Read More of the school welcome page