The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors 2021-2022

The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors 2021-2022


Helen Mateides
Helen Mateides
The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors 2021-2022

Chloe Limb 08W

Ava McInnes 08M

Natalia Magkafouraki 13B

Megan Hilton  09S

Alayna Chaudhry  09E

Charlie Bignell  09E

Katie Law  09W

Isabella Palan  08A

Harsh Pabari  08B

Anish Sanga 07E

Our anti-bullying ambassadors are currently busy distributing Pledges to all CDC classes. The aim is that all students understand and practise the whole school anti-bullying pledge:

“I pledge not to be a bully

I will treat others with kindness and respect

I vow to support my friends

I vow to help stop bullying”

Instances of bullying at BMS are rare.  We have an inclusive learning community, where every student has the right to work in a secure, safe environment.  Students know they can report any instances of bullying to the pastoral team or anti-bullying ambassadors, who are regularly available in

Our Space at lunchtimes in LRC4.

There is also a Confide button on the right hand corner of the computer screen where any unkind behaviour can be reported.

Some facts on bullying:

Who?

Children who bully can come from any social class or cultural background. They may experience:

Poor discipline at home

Excessive physical punishment

Abusive  parent, carer, older sibling

Broken family relationships

Copying bullying behaviour from friends

Generally very unhappy

What?

There are three types of bullying:

Verbal bullying is saying or writing unkind things. This includes Teasing, Name-calling, Inappropriate sexual comments, Taunting, Threatening to cause harm

Social bullying involves hurting someone’s reputation or relationships. This  includes, Leaving someone out on purpose, Telling other children not to be friends with someone, Spreading rumors about someone, Embarrassing someone in public

Physical bullying involves hurting a person’s body or possessions. This  includes, Hitting, Kicking, Pinching, Spitting, Tripping, pushing, Taking or breaking someone’s things, Making mean or rude hand gestures

Where?

Most reported bullying happens in the school building, but it also happens in places like the external grounds, the bus, on the way to school or on the internet.

Date for your diaries:

Up and coming Events:

Anti-bullying Week – November 15th-19th

A week of cake selling, quizzes, competitions, activities and meeting the

anti-bullying ambassadors

Taking place in LRC4 at lunchtimes

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