Anti-Bullying

At All Saints’ Catholic Voluntary Academy we strive to create a happy, comfortable and supportive Christian environment for all associated with the school. Anti-Bullying is concerned with identifying and promoting positive behaviour within a caring atmosphere; enabling students to grow, to learn and to develop positive attitudes. It is also concerned with the identification of any bullying behaviour and the successful eradication of it.

Bullying, in whatever form, is an attempt to prevent another from benefiting fully from the spiritual, physical, social, moral and educational processes. This form of behaviour is one we take very seriously and aim to improve on year by year by consulting the governors, staff, parents/carers and students. Our Anti-Bullying procedures have been designed and implemented specifically to support our students and reduce bullying, but have also been recognised by OFSTED and the Local Authority.

In addition, we are now working closely with a leading Anti-Bullying provider, The Diana Award, in order to further improve our practise. As a result, All Saints’ Anti-Bullying provision has continued to expand and we are delighted to inform you that we have been awarded a ‘Wellbeing badge’ in recognition of the fantastic work our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors have done to support the wellbeing of our school community.

Please click on the links below to access further information on parental/carer advice and All Saints’ Anti-Bullying procedures