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Discussion in 'Primary' started by alphabite, Jul 6, 2015.
There needs to be a policy in place, which all staff know inside out and which not only acts to prevent bullying, but is also clear on what will be done where bullying does happen.
Ofsted ask children about it and want to hear that children feel safe, that there is little/no bullying and that children feel confident that it will be dealt with well if it does occur.
Thank you. That's really useful. Much appreciated.
We had this stupid idea once of having a bully box where concerns could be posted and then dealt with. Then, every incident became bullying and some children even used the bully box to bully other children in the "do this or I will write your name in the bully box" way. Now it is a worry box