Feeling safe at LHS
Your safety and welfare are of the utmost importance to us at Little Heath School
We recognise that sometimes students feel unhappy. Sometimes other people are the cause of that unhappiness. No one has the right to make anyone else feel unsafe or unhappy. Bullying is wrong and it is unacceptable.
At our Student Voice Conference students defined bullying as well as discussing how we all have a responsibility to support and help each other:
Bullying is the use of hurtful behaviour to harass, harm, humiliate or intimidate another person. This behaviour causes pain or distress to the victim and affects their self esteem. Bullying can take many forms including:
If you are having trouble with someone, or if you are ever worried, anxious or upset, it is really important that you talk to us so that we can help .
We will listen and we will try to help you.
You can also send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org – and we will respond to you.
Every year we run a Feeling Safe survey with students, to help us review our anti-bullying procedures.
Please use the drop down menu to the left to look at our Internet safety page - we are very aware of the importance of internet safety for students and their parents, and hope that this page provides some interesting guidance and advice. We have attached some really good guidance to help you use social media safely.