Anti Bullying

In East Fulton Primary we take bullying very seriously. It is an unacceptable form of behaviour through which an individual or group of individuals feel threatened, abused or undermined by another individual. 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.

Our school has an anti-bullying policy and strives to deal with bullying promptly. We believe in early parental involvement and hope that parents/guardians will contact the school should there be any matters that cause you or your child concern.

Our aim is to promote and encourage positive behaviour. After consultation with staff, pupils and parents we recently updated our positive behaviour policy which recognises and rewards positive contributions to our school.

“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.

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