At Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre, we seek academic excellence for all of our students, within the context of a caring and mutually supportive partnership between school and community. For this vision to be realised, it is essential that students, staff, governors and parents recognise that bullying is not acceptable.
All members of The Trinity community accept responsibility for dealing with and minimising the impact of bullying and supporting people who have been affected by bullying.
Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors
As part of our commitment to ensuring that students take significant ownership in tackling and eradicating bullying behaviour, we have appointed and trained Anti-Bullying Ambassadors who are available at break and lunchtimes in HAPPINESS AT HEART to discuss and report bullying behaviour.
- The Ambassadors do not resolve bullying alone but consult with members of the Pastoral Team.
- Students can drop in to see an Anti-bullying Ambassador to play games or socialise in a safe place.
- Similar systems have been extremely effective in other high performing schools nationally.
Why should I report bullying?
- Bullying is unacceptable behaviour. It is not right that one person makes another feel uncomfortable.
- Being the recipient of bullying can either bring on or exacerbate depression, anxiety, eating disorders and many other problems.
- Being bullied can make people feel isolated, withdrawn, humiliated, upset, angry, frustrated or even feel like they want to self-harm.