Anti-Bullying Policy

Bullying is defined as unwanted negative behavior, verbal or cyber, psychological or emotional, racist by intimidating or demeaning others, or harassment conducted by an

individual or group against another person (or persons) and which is  repeated over time .

Bullying is usually persistent and is often covert, and is a conscious attempt to hurt, threaten or frighten someone .

Students who are being bullied, may show changes in behavior, such as becoming shy and nervous, seen alone a lot, not very talkative, feigning illness, taking unusual absences .

or clinging to adults. There may be evidence of changes in study patterns, lacking concentration or truanting from school. Appears anxious or depressed with unexplained.

behavior changes, e.g. moody, bad-tempered, and tearful with unhappiness, loss of appetite, not sleeping, loss of weight. Money/possessions going missing, unexplained cuts

 . and bruises

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