Students have a right to feel happy and safe at school.
The St Marylebone CE School is committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all. We regularly engage our students in the part they play in this, in Form Time, assemblies, PSHE, the Anti-Bullying Ambassador group and Student Voice.
St Marylebone students know how to treat each other
with respect and compassion. If they fall short of this, it is important to address it in a calm, proportionate, fair and firm way. Not all unkind acts or friendship difficulties are the same as bullying but they should be addressed so that bullying does not develop. Our definition of bullying is that it is hurtful, repetitive, intentional behaviour where there is an imbalance of power.
We are really proud of our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors, a student group which is trained to lead and support the School’s Anti-Bullying work. Read more below about our Anti-Bullying work in school.
“We are a community and everyone has their safe place in it.” – Anti-Bullying Ambassador