Our Anti-Bullying Work

In December 2016 we were requested by Ofsted to improve a number of areas of our anti-bullying work across the school.  In January this became the responsibility of our Team Leader Emma Culverwell, who has worked with students and staff since the new year to facilitate this.

Over the last few months we have made many significant changes regarding how we raise awareness of bullying, tackle bullying and monitor bullying at Judgemeadow.

Detailed below are some of the areas we have improved:

  • A clear message to students through assemblies explaining what bullying is:
    'Several Times On Purpose' and how to STOP (Start Telling Other People) bullying along with a clear message that we will not tolerate it.
  • Whole college staff training on what bullying is, and how to tackle bullying at Judgemeadow.
  • Recruitment of 15 student 'Anti-Bullying Ambassadors'.
  • Posters in all Form rooms and prominently around the school; explaining the effects of bullying, who to go to when being bullied, and the laws on bullying.
 Judgemeadow is Anti-Bullying Poster  How Bullying Makes You Feel Poster
 Bullying and the Law Poster  Who To Tell Bullying Poster
  • 'Anti Bullying Boxes' - students can post anonomously their concerns about bullying.
  • Re-accreditation for the Anti-Bullying award by the Local Authority to schools who meet strict criteria.
  • Talking to parents during coffee mornings.
  • Improving the way we track, monitor and record incidents of bullying throughout the school. 
  • Training for all staff to ensure they are aware of their role and responsibilities in reporting all incidents of bullying across the college. 

These improved measures are just part of our ongoing commitment to making Judgemeadow an 'Anti-Bullying' establishment, ensuring our students are neither bullied inside, or outside, of school.
Please continue to talk within your family unit about Anti-Bullying.

The links at the foot of this page are to the Local Authority parent/carer information leaflets that advise and support students, and parents/carers.

If you have any queries or questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Bullying Leaflet for Pupils

Bullying Leaflet for Parents/Carers