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Anti-bullying Champions

At Langley Moor Primary School, we recognise the importance of raising an awareness of bullying and developing an understanding of what bullying actually is.

Bullying is defined as behaviour that is repeated or intended to hurt someone either physically or emotionally and is often aimed at certain groups because of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.

Each year, we have a group of Anti-bullying Champions (chosen from Year Four) who take part in training, alongside children from other schools, and regularly deliver and lead whole school activities which focus on areas such as:

  • Friendship and how to be a good friend.
  • What bullying actually looks like.
  • What to do if you are being bullied or see someone else being bullied.
  • How to report bullying and the importance of speaking out about bullying.
  • Ways in which we can promote anti-bullying both in and outside school.
  • How anti-bullying links with our UNICEF Right Respecting work, especially CRC Article 36: Children have the right to be safe.

In each of our playground zones, we have yellow friendship ‘bus stops’ where children are encouraged to stand should they feel lonely or have no one to play with. Whilst we encourage all children to look out for anyone standing at the ‘bus stop,’ the Anti-bullying Champions pay special attention to this and will intervene to ensure that those children are include in games with their peers.

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