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Anti-Bullying Policy

In order for the school to achieve its aim of providing a secure, happy and stimulating environment, the safety and care of all pupils must be ensured.
St. Mary’s Primary School is committed to the principle that bullying constitutes unacceptable behaviour and that any reports of bullying will be taken seriously. Staff and Governors have adopted a working definition as to what constitutes bullying: all behaviour which aims to consciously hurt, threaten or frighten someone, causing him/her anxiety and distress on more than one occasion.
By laying down procedures to deal with bullying, the school aims to foster an atmosphere where pupils can confide in staff, knowing that bullying incidences will be handled positively, and that by telling a member of staff bullying will stop. For your convenience a concise anti-bullying leaflet can be found below.
A copy of our full anti-bullying policy can be downloaded below, and is also available in the rack by the school office and in the Policies section of this site.




About St Mary's

St Mary's is an academy within the Good Shepherd Trust, part of the Guildford Diocese. We provide education from Reception (age 4) through to the end of KS2 (age 11).

St Mary’s School aims to offer every opportunity for children to reach their full potential in a secure and nurturing environment. We believe that self-esteem and confidence are the best predictors of future success and we value achievement in all areas of the curriculum...

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