Anti – Bullying Policy
We have consulted with parents, pupils and staff to update our Anti-Bullying Policy.
Please click on the link below to download a copy of our draft policy.
Responses to the draft policy should be returned to the school office by Tuesday 23rd April.
“Tackling Bullying in Renfrewshire” is the authority’s policy on preventing and dealing with bullying in our school. The policy stresses the importance of involving the whole school community – pupils, parents and all the staff in the school.
You can view the anti-bullying policy by asking the school office for a copy of the document or by accessing the policy online at www.renfrewshire.gov.uk.
In Bargarran Primary, bullying* in any form is unacceptable. The school works hard to promote and endorse this through a programme of Personal and Social Development which seeks to raise pupils self esteem, to encourage them to value themselves and to have consideration for others.
The Depute Head Teacher is the named person for pupils and parents to speak to if they have concerns about bullying. The sooner we know about these concerns the sooner we can do something about it.
*Bullying is behaviour which can be defined as a repeated attack of a physical, psychological, social or verbal nature by those who are able to exert influence over others.