Anti-bullying and other concerns
‘At Trinity Oaks C of E Primary School we aim to provide a caring Christian ethos and friendly environment for pupils to learn effectively. We are committed to ensuring that all pupils feel safe at school and enjoy their education. We also want them to feel confident to seek support from school should they feel unsafe. A strong stance is taken against all forms of bullying’.
To show our commitment to anti-bullying we are applying for this award. The process will also help us identify areas where we can improve. As part of this work we have formed an Anti-bullying Partnership involving school councillors, parents, governors and staff.
What can you do if you are worried about bullying?
The Anti-bullying partnership have written a leaflet for parents with helpful information.
You may wish to speak to someone
Anti-bullying coordinator-Miss Lisa Tansley
Anti-bullying governor-Mrs Sue Christian
Home school Link worker and ELSA-Mrs Katy Whitford
Further information is available in our Anti-bullying and Behaviour policies in the Policies section of the website.
If you feel that your concerns have not been addressed, please refer to our school Parental concerns Policy and Leaflet available here.