Contact us for information on Admissions:
info@waverleyjunioracademy.org
 

0114 3570150

 

Anti-Bullying 

At Waverley, all types of bullying are unacceptable and will not be tolerated. All pupils should feel able to tell and when bullying behaviour is brought to our attention, prompt and effective action will be taken.  Pupils are reminded on a regular basis who they should go to should they wish to speak to someone about an incident of bullying.

Waverley supports anti-bullying week the anti-bullying alliance resources. Throughout the curriculum they will learn about staying safe online and how to report any concerns of cyber-bullying.

Children will learn the importance of tolerance of others through weekly pride assemblies and by helping them to understand the needs of others including those with SEND.

There will be a worry box in the school library to enable children to report any concerns if they do not feel they want to verbally talk to an adult.

Student council representative will observe circle time discussion and use this to inform an anti-bullying pledge from which all the children feel a sense of responsibility and ownership.

Members of staff will have a presence on the school yard at the beginning and end of each day allowing opportunity for parents to raise any concerns.

 

Anti-Bullying Week 2020

We have carried out a variety of activities to promote the importance of Anti-Bullying week. This began with all pupils and staff wearing odd socks! Most importantly, Odd Socks Day is designed to be fun! It’s an opportunity for people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique!  Click here to watch an Odd Socks Day assembly with Andy and the Odd Socks and special guests including the amazing Mo Farah and Anne-Marie!

       

 

The children shared stories to help them understand how bullying can impact on people’s feelings. 

            

Willy the Wimp, taught us a strong message about always being yourself. Willy realised that when he believed in himself, his confidence grew and he was able to stand up for himself. 

Troll Stinks helped us understand that bullying doesn’t just happen in person, but it can also happen online. It made us realise that you need to be very mindful about what you say to others. 

Tyrannosaurus Drip was a lovely book that taught us that it is ok to be different and that we all have special talents that other people can appreciate.

Something else was a heartwarming tale that taught us that is doesn’t what you look like, sound like, how you act or what you enjoy everyone is special. We talked about how everyone should be respected for who they are

 

Each class discussed how we should treat each other and thought of an Anti-Bullying Pledge!

        

 

Useful Links

Anti-bullying Alliance

Think You Know