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Anti-Bullying Zone

Our school is a Bully Free Zone


In our school we say No to bullying.


We know how to keep our school a




  • STOP - Start Telling Other People - Speak Out - don't suffer in silence
  • If you see something - say something! Don't be a bystander, you can make a difference!
  • Who can you tell? Anti- bullying Ambassadors, School friends, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Parents/ Carers, Lunchtime Staff or any other adult.



Did you know?


  • Bullying is the main reason why children aged 11 and under contact Childline.
  • 45% of young people experience bullying before the age of 18.
  • 36% of young people aged 8-22 are worried about being bullied at school, college or university.



What to do if you are being bullied:


If you feel you are being bullied it is very important to speak out! Speak to a trusted adult in the school, at home or upload your concern on to our Tootoot platform for reporting bullying.  Never feel that you have to deal with a problem yourself or feel that your voice will go unheard.  If you do not feel comfortable using your words, you can always write it down and give it to a trusted adult.


Useful Websites:






Anti-Bullying Week 2017

13th - 17th November 


Anti-Bullying Week shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. 


Well done to our School Council who presented an assembly on the importance of Anti-Bullying Week and to the Year 6 pupils who took their own time to create a presentation to share with the school:




And well done to the winners of our Anti Bullying Poster Competition:











Dorothy Barley Junior Academy Child Friendly Anti-Bullying Leaflet