Anti-Bullying

We define bullying as persistent, deliberate behaviour, by one or more persons, that intend to hurt a person emotionally or physically. This may be aimed based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, appearance, disability or any other aspect.

  • We believe that bullying is unacceptable in any form and under any circumstances.
  • We believe that it is the basic entitlement of all children to receive their education free from all forms of humiliation, harassment, oppression and physical and mental abuse.
  • All children are entitled to the best education and care.
  • We actively work with all children on social emotional issues, behaviour and manners.

As a school we take bullying and its impact seriously. Pupils and parents should be assured that known incidents of bullying are taken seriously. Bullying is not tolerated.

Everything we do at Knowles in underpinned by our values. Our values support us to think about the kind of people we aspire to be and the education we aspire to, Our values support children to learn about human diversity and instil in them the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to live together.

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