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Kindness and Anti-Bullying

You have the right to feel safe and happy at school. At Limes Farm Infant School and Nursery, we take bullying very seriously and ALWAYS want to know if you think someone is bullying you.


How can we help:


  • Listening to you
  • Helping you understand what bullying is
  • Talking about bullying regularly, so we can all spot bullying if it happens
  • Telling you the names of adults you can speak to 
  • Being here to help and support you to make things better

It's very important that you tell us if you think something bad is happening to you. Your parents and teachers will always want to help you.


What does bullying look like?

Persistent unwelcome acts might include:


Physical - hitting, kicking, tripping up, pinching, pushing or damaging property

Verbal – name calling, insults, teasing, ‘jokes’, mocking, taunting, gossiping, secrets and threats.

Non-verbal – staring, body language, gestures, posturing.

Indirect – excluding / leaving people out, spreading rumours and stories, emails, chat rooms, messaging phones, notes, making rude gestures or faces.

Racist - name calling, or negative comments about race, culture or religion.

Online bullying or Cyberbullying – any of those actions above that take place online through digital devices e.g., mobile phones, computers and tablets.

Anti-Bullying Week 2021: One Kind Word - official Primary School film

The Anti-Bullying Alliance has worked with over 400 young people and 100 members of school staff to develop our theme for this year's Anti-Bullying Week. Ant...