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          From Monday 23rd March, until further notice, Toot Hill School will only be open for children of key workers and vulnerable groups. Registration links are available on the home page.


          The Anti Bullying Alliance defines bullying as;

          the repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power. It can happen face to face or online.

          Bullying can include:

          • Physical (hitting, kicking, taking another’s belongings)
          • Verbal (name calling, insulting, making offensive remarks)
          • Indirect (spreading rumours, excluding from social groups, cyber bullying via sending malicious e-mails or text messages)


          • Race
          • Sexual orientation
          • Gender
          • Religion
          • EAL
          • Looked After children

          Reporting, responding and recording incidents

          504 Gateway Time-out

          504 Gateway Time-out

          We will provide support to pupils who are bullied by:

          • Assuring them that it was right to report the incident.
          • Encouraging them to talk about how they feel.
          • Ascertaining the extent of the problem by interviewing those involved and taking written statements where necessary.
          • Trying to ensure that they feel safe by discussing strategies to remain so.
          • Asking them to report any further incidents in order that bullying can be stopped.
          • Seek to take a restorative approach by involving friends, peer support, mediation with the bully (with pastoral support staff or other staff) and parents/ carers where appropriate.
          • Considering and applying sanctions under the behaviour policy (refer to policy)

          We will provide support to pupils involved in bullying others by:

          • Encouraging them to talk about how they feel
          • Involving parents, carers and staff to ascertain what support they need, e.g. anger management, counselling.
          • Using sanctions under the Behaviour Policy to impress upon the perpetrator that their behaviour is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
          • Monitoring future behaviour and taking appropriate course of action.

          All incidents of bullying will be recorded on the Bullying Log to allow tracking, monitoring and evaluation. This will in all instances include:

          • Incident details
          • 504 Gateway Time-out

          • Resolution
          • Staff involved

          This information will be used by the Senior Leadership Team and Heads of Year for:

          • Sharing of good practice
          • 504 Gateway Time-out
          • Identifying where bullying is a factor in non-attendance at school

          At Toot Hill we aim to create a positive learning environment where pupils take responsibility for their own and each other’s well-being. For example;

        • Assemblies and tutorial time are also used to promote awareness of the negative consequences of bullying.
        • We raise awareness through the Anti-Bullying week events in November each year, which provides a direct link to primary school experiences.
        • Our Anti-Bullying ambassadors are included in the annual review and evaluation of our policy, involving wider student consultation if required.
        • We aim to provide understanding and tolerance of all our differences and encourage our pupils to disown bullying in any form.
        • Student Wellbeing

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