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The Anti-Bullying Squad

Who We Are

We are the year 6 anti-bullying squad!

We are around the school to help anyone with any friendship problems, if children want any help or advice, if they feel like they are being bullied or if they think they have seen bullying in our school. We hold meetings with the help of Miss Pryke to discuss how we can make sure everyone in school feels safe and secure.

In our meetings we plan a termly event for the whole school to take part in. the events have a variety of different objectives such as helping to inform children of what bullying is and how we can tackle it together and the children understanding how to look after their well-being mentally and physically.

Meet the squad...


My name is Brogan and I wanted to become an anti bullying ambassador to help the children in our school if they feel they are being bullied. 

My hobbies include singing and dancing.

My favourite subjects at school are Maths and Science.


I wanted to become apart of the anit-bullying sqaud because I have experienced bullying in the past and I wouldn't want anyone to feel the way I did.

My hobbies include drawing because I like being creative and using my imagination.

My favourite subjects at school are Maths and Science.


I am Nate and I will work hard to help and support the children in our school. I don't feel that anyone in our school should experience bullying so I would like to be apart of stopping it from happening. 

My hobbies include drawing, making music and reading in my free time. 

My favourite subjects include Science and Art. 

Our Aims

Our aim is to effectively tackle bullying behaviour that takes place at our school. We want to make our school a kind, safe place where everyone likes to be and feels comfortable and safe to be themselves.

What Is Bullying? 

Bullying is repetitive, negative behaviour. It is when someone says something or does something intentionally hurtful and they keep doing it over a period of time, even when you tell them to stop or show them you are upset.

It is usually defined as behaviour that is:

  • repeated
  • intended to hurt someone either physically or emotionally
  • often aimed at certain groups, for example because of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation

It takes many forms and can include:

  • physical assault
  • teasing
  • making threats
  • name calling
  • cyberbullying - bullying via mobile phone or online (for example email, social networks and instant messenger)

Some forms of bullying are illegal and should be reported to the police. These include:

  • violence or assault
  • theft
  • repeated harassment or intimidation, for example name calling, threats and abusive phone calls, emails or text messages
  • hate crimes

The link below takes you to the Diana Award site where you can find our more about our role as ambassadors. It also has links and resources for parents and guardians.

A School Life Website
School Life app download
School Life app download
Wellbeing Award for Schools
Silver School Games Award