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Anti-Bullying

The Anti-Bulling Leader at Eye CE Primary School is Mrs Brough.

Our Anti-Bullying Philosophy

At Eye CofE Primary School we believe that all pupils have the right to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without the fear of bullying or harassment.

 

Through our Christian Values, our school community embraces individuality and celebrates those qualities that make us all unique.

 

Bullying is not tolerated at our school and we have a clear policy on how to prevent, identify and respond to bullying behaviour.

 

On this page, you can find our policy on anti-bullying, our parent information leaflet and our child information leaflet. There are also contact details for people in school who can help and advise you, and websites which offer other resources and materials related to anti-bullying.

 

We are taking part in Anti-Bullying Week 2018!

We are taking part in Anti-Bullying Week 2018! 1
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The Anti-Bullying Council 2017- Here to help you!

The Anti-Bullying Council 2017- Here to help you! 1

The Eye CofE Anti-Bullying Council

We are the school ABC! Every class has an ABC rep for you to talk to if you are worried about bullying. We will help you!

 

Bullying is not tolerated in any shape or form!

 

Make a noise about bullying by talking to your ABC rep!

01/12/17

The Power for Good Awards 2017

The Results

I am very proud to share with you the results of the Power for Good Awards 2017.  It was heart-warming to read the hundreds of lovely comments children, parents and carers had written about our staff members.

 

Many members of staff received nominations. Here are those who received 10 or more.

 

Mr Lawlor

23

Miss Scane

18

Mrs Emeny

18

Miss Bright

18

Miss Reed

15

Mr Fitzpatrick

14

Miss Woolgar

14

Mrs Brough

15

Mrs Faux

13

Mrs Heighton

13

Mrs Gregg

13

Miss Mapplethorpe

11

Miss Oxbury

10

 

A Selection of the Comments From Parents, Carers and Children

Thank you for the wonderful comments you have made. It means a great deal to us all to know that we are making a difference every day.

 

Mrs Stewart

· She helps me.

· She is kind to me.

Mrs Maguire

· She helps with problems at lunch.

· You can speak to her about anything. I feel comfortable talking to her.

Miss Stafford

· If I am in need, I think of her and without a doubt, I know she will help me.

· She lights up everyone’s day.

Mrs Gray

· She helps me out all the time and makes me feel better about everything.

Mrs Gregg

· You help me.

· You are so kind and you help me learn. You are amazing.

Miss Brakes

· She is always polite and helps me with everything.

Mrs Lee-Smith

· She is always there to help. I don’t know what would happen without her.

· She is helpful, kind, loving and always understanding.

Mrs Bright

· She is just such a lovely teacher who treats children with respect and is so encouraging and motivating that they trust her.

· She acts as my school mum.

Mr Webster

· He has gone above and beyond to address issues.

· He always goes the extra mile.

Miss Barks

· She always smiles.

· She is always kind.

Mrs Heighton

· She is amazing at solving problems.

· She helps me and inspires me to do work at home.

Miss Cox

· She listens to my problems.

· When you are stressed, Miss Cox can help you feel calm.

Miss Mapplethorpe

· Miss Mapplethorpe is someone special to me. I can talk to her about anything.

· Her kindness and understanding this past year has made such a difference to my school life.

Mrs Thorpe

· She takes the time to listen and support me.

· She made me feel welcome in school.

Miss Oxbury

· She makes children feel safe.

· She is kind and she helps me.

Mrs Marsden

· She helps every child who comes up to her.

Miss Faux

· She is there when I need her and all round is a caring teacher.

· She puts the most effort into our learning to make it the best and for us to have a good education.

Mrs Emeny

· Without her help, *** would not be who he is now.

· She has a way of reassuring both the parent and the student.

Mrs White

· Thank you for always helping me when I needed you.

· You always made me smile.

Miss Emmanuelle

· She is full of positive energy and is just a lovely person.

· If we have any issues, we can go to her and she would help.

Mr Short

· His watchful eyes kindly monitor what is happening in the school.

· He puts a smile on everyone’s face!

Miss Oliver

· She helps me.

· She makes me happy.

Mrs Naylor

· She helps me with work.

· She is the most caring person in the school.

Mrs Brough

· She gave me the confidence to trust that she would be looking after and caring for my child when I left him with her.

· She was always there for me when there was a problem at home. She would always make me smile when I was upset.

Mrs Stimpson

· She manages to keep everything happy.

· She always makes sure your lunchtime problems are solved.

Miss Woolgar

· She care about everyone.

· She is loving, warm-hearted and she always makes sure you are ok.

Mrs Edwards

· She makes lessons super fun.

· She is always there when I need her.

Mrs Sullivan

· She always helps people when they are hut.

· She always helps people who need it.

 

Miss Robinson

· She is always on hand to give advice.

· She goes out of her way to support children, parents and staff.

Mrs T

· I know I can rely on her.

· She is kind, caring and cheers you up when you are down.

Miss Scane

· She is always there for both the children and the parents.

· She goes above and beyond to help people.

Miss Wilson

· She goes above and beyond to plan a great lesson.

Mrs Selves

· She is kind and helpful.

· She helped me and a friend when we needed it.

Mr Such

He is always there when you need him.

He is always making sure I am ok.

Mr Fitzpatrick

· He puts a smile on my face for the rest of the day.

· He is always positive and encourages the children in the right way.

Miss Sargeant

· She helps me when I cry.

· She is kind.

Mrs Duffy

· If I come into school feeling down, by the time the morning goes, I feel like I’m on top of the world.

Miss Reed

· She is nice, kind and lovely.

· She cares for us all and helps us all.

Miss West

· She is good, nice and helpful.

· If I get stuck, she helps me.

Mr Lawlor

· He listens to all sides of any story.

· He helps when you are upset and encourages you. 

Anti-Bullying Week 2017

13th November to 17th November 2017

This year the focus is "All Different All Equal". The aims are to:

  • empower children and young people to celebrate what makes them, and others, unique

  • help children and young people understand how important it is that every child feels valued and included in school, able to be themselves, without fear of bullying
  • encourage parents and carers to work with their school and talk to their children about bullying, difference and equality
  • enable teachers and other children’s workforce professionals to celebrate what makes us ‘all different, all equal’ and celebrate difference and equality. Encouraging them to take individual and collective action to prevent bullying, creating safe environments where children can be themselves.

 

We planned lots of learning activities in school to meet these aims in our school. We also had our annual Power of Good Awards. 

 

See below for examples of the fab learning which took place!

 

 

20/11/17 Here are some photos from Penguins (Year 4) showing what they have been learning during anti-bullying week. All the children placed their fingerprint around the quote, and the eggs showed that while people might look different on the outside, they are the same inside.

20/11/17 Here are some photos from Penguins (Year 4) showing what they have been learning during anti-bullying week. All the children placed their fingerprint around the quote, and the eggs showed that while people might look different on the outside, they are the same inside. 1
20/11/17 Here are some photos from Penguins (Year 4) showing what they have been learning during anti-bullying week. All the children placed their fingerprint around the quote, and the eggs showed that while people might look different on the outside, they are the same inside. 2
20/11/17 Here are some photos from Penguins (Year 4) showing what they have been learning during anti-bullying week. All the children placed their fingerprint around the quote, and the eggs showed that while people might look different on the outside, they are the same inside. 3
20/11/17 Here are some photos from Penguins (Year 4) showing what they have been learning during anti-bullying week. All the children placed their fingerprint around the quote, and the eggs showed that while people might look different on the outside, they are the same inside. 4
20/11/17 Here are some photos from Penguins (Year 4) showing what they have been learning during anti-bullying week. All the children placed their fingerprint around the quote, and the eggs showed that while people might look different on the outside, they are the same inside. 5
20/11/17 Here are some photos from Penguins (Year 4) showing what they have been learning during anti-bullying week. All the children placed their fingerprint around the quote, and the eggs showed that while people might look different on the outside, they are the same inside. 6

17/11/17 The school newspaper group published a special edition for anti-bullying week! It is absolutely fantastic and the whole team, lead by Miss Scane, should be thrilled and very proud of their work on this! Thank you!

17/11/17 This is a photo of the work our youngest children in Hedgehogs have been doing this anti-bullying week. They linked their leanring to Rainbow Fish.

17/11/17 This is a photo of the work our youngest children in Hedgehogs have been doing this anti-bullying week. They linked their leanring to Rainbow Fish. 1

Here are Meerkats showing what they understand about what bullying is.

Here are Meerkats showing what they understand about what bullying is.  1
Here are Meerkats showing what they understand about what bullying is.  2
Here are Meerkats showing what they understand about what bullying is.  3
Here are Meerkats showing what they understand about what bullying is.  4

Dolphin class did role play to help them understand bullying. Here is their scenario: Some children were playing a game and a little girl came over and asked if she could play. The children all said no and then they all started to be nasty to her. Two children saw all this happen and came over to help. They asked the little girl if she would like to play with them and told the other children that they should not have been mean.

Dolphin class did role play to help them understand bullying. Here is their scenario: Some children were playing a game and a little girl came over and asked if she could play. The children all said no and then they all started to be nasty to her. Two children saw all this happen and came over to help. They asked the little girl if she would like to play with them and told the other children that they should not have been mean. 1
Dolphin class did role play to help them understand bullying. Here is their scenario: Some children were playing a game and a little girl came over and asked if she could play. The children all said no and then they all started to be nasty to her. Two children saw all this happen and came over to help. They asked the little girl if she would like to play with them and told the other children that they should not have been mean. 2
Dolphin class did role play to help them understand bullying. Here is their scenario: Some children were playing a game and a little girl came over and asked if she could play. The children all said no and then they all started to be nasty to her. Two children saw all this happen and came over to help. They asked the little girl if she would like to play with them and told the other children that they should not have been mean. 3

Then Dolphins used their role play to write these amazing pieces of description.

Then Dolphins used their role play to write these amazing pieces of description.  1
Then Dolphins used their role play to write these amazing pieces of description.  2
Then Dolphins used their role play to write these amazing pieces of description.  3
Then Dolphins used their role play to write these amazing pieces of description.  4

Here are Ewan, Jacob and Charlie from Badgers with their super home learning from Anti-Bullying Week!

Here are Ewan, Jacob and Charlie from Badgers with their super home learning from Anti-Bullying Week! 1

Here is a brilliant video Theo made for his home learning, which explains all about bullying.

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Here is some excellent work from Badgers class which shows the difference between bullying and simply not being a very good friend.

Here is some excellent work from Badgers class which shows the difference between bullying and simply not being a very good friend.  1
Here is some excellent work from Badgers class which shows the difference between bullying and simply not being a very good friend.  2

Chimps class created this banner to encourage others to 'Make a Noise about Bullying'.

Chimps class created this banner to encourage others to 'Make a Noise about Bullying'.  1

Penguin Class made a video to promote Anti-Bullying!

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