At Coombe Hill Junior School we want all of our pupils to feel looked after, safe and happy when they are in school. To do this we teach our pupils what it means to be kind to one another, demonstrate mutual respect and how to be a good friend.
Over the last academic year we have worked closely with the Anti-Bullying Alliance to achieve the United Against Bullying (UAB) Bronze award for our school. We will continue this work in hope to become a Silver School in the near future.
Find out more here.
Anti-Bullying Week 2022
This event is coordinated in England and Wales by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. It will take place from 14 to 18 November 2022 and has the theme Reach Out.
The week will kick off with Odd Socks Day on Monday 14th November, where adults and children where odd socks to celebrate what makes us all unique.
Advice for Pupils
What to do if you think you are being bullied:
The first step to stopping bullying is to talk about it! Find an adult you trust and tell them what is happening and how it is making you feel. They will be able to help you to decide what to do next to make it stop. Any teacher at Coombe would be more than happy to talk to you and help you. Mrs Crosthwaite is our current Anti Bullying lead and her door is always open.
You can contact Childline by telephone or online.
Click the picture to learn how.
Advice for Parents
You can read our child friendly Anti-Bullying Policy below. Please get in touch with a member of staff if your child has said, or you suspect they are being bullied.