Anti – Bullying Policies

We define bullying as the intentional and repeated harm or harassment of another person, through physical, verbal, or online means. This behaviour can include physical aggression, spreading rumours or lies, or cyber bullying.

Reporting and Investigation: We encourage students, parents, and staff to report any incidents of bullying immediately to a teacher, counsellor, or administrator. Once reported, the school will investigate the incident promptly, and take appropriate measures to address and prevent the behaviour.

Support and Intervention: We believe in providing support and intervention to both the victim and the bully. We offer counselling services and resources to victims, to help them cope with the effects of bullying. For the bully, we provide guidance and support to help them understand the impact of their behaviour, and to develop strategies to prevent it from happening again.

Discipline: We take bullying seriously, and we have a zero-tolerance policy towards bullying. Students who engage in bullying behaviour will be subject to disciplinary action, which may include suspension or expulsion, depending on the severity of the behaviour.

Prevention and Education: We believe that prevention and education are key to preventing bullying behaviour We provide education to students, parents, and staff on the effects of bullying, and we work to create a positive and inclusive school environment that fosters respect, empathy, and kindness.

At school, we are committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment that supports the well-being and success of all our students. Our anti-bullying policy is an essential component of our commitment to provide a positive learning environment for our students.