At Highcliffe we take bullying seriously.
Bullying can be defined as an abuse of power by one or more through repeated hurtful or aggressive behaviour to cause significant emotional or physical harm to another person.
Children are encouraged to tell adults about their concerns if they feel they are being bullied and we have strategies for working with children who are involved in bullying.
We define bullying as: Several Times On Purpose
We encourage pupils to: Start Telling Other People
Wellbeing Impact Report - Autumn 2017
Wellbeing Impact Report - Summer 2017
Wellbeing Impact Report -Spring 2017
Wellbeing Impact Report – Autumn 2016
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Highcliffe Primary School
Executive Head Teacher: Scott Fewster
Head of School: Katherine Renshaw
Chair of Governors: Shreekant Raivadera