How to report...
If you want to report abuse use this link:
Students should always report it, if they feel that anyone is behaving abusively towards them. This might be Sexism, Homophobia, Transphobia or any other form of abuse. You can talk to any member of school staff about it and report it in the ways described below. However if you want to do it completely anonymously, you can do that here: REPORT ANONYMOUSLY
Are you being bullied?
Are you concerned about someone else being bullied?
You can, of course, report bullying to your Student Support Manager, but if you are unsure and want an alternative option then please make use of the helpline.
We can give you advice and help put a stop to it.
You can get in touch by texting or calling the Anti-bullying Helpline: 07747 827134 (available 8.45 - 4.45 Monday to Friday).
You can send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You could also put a note in the letter box at student reception. Calls and texts can remain anonymous but if you would prefer a face to face meeting these are also available.
You may find other helpful advice from the following websites:
- Child exploitation and online protection centre
- Anti-bullying Alliance