Anti-Bullying

SEE IT, SAY IT, STOP IT!

Hatch End High School is proud have achieved the Anti-Bullying Quality Mark, UK (Bronze Level).

Hatch End High School are members of the UK Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA).

Hatch End High School students have been successfully nominated for Anti-Bullying Awards from the "Diana Princess of Wales Awards Scheme".


Anti-Bullying Support – Key Staff

Lead Staff: Miss M Dunford and the Safeguarding Team

Anti-Bullying Co-ordinator: Ms M Dennis


At Hatch End High School we run a series of student support networks – run by students for students – Peer to Peer Support Network called P2P, Anti-Bullying Ambassadors and ABC Supporters.

P2P

  • A group of 20 Year 10 and 11 students who are specifically trained to support peers.
  • They are contactable via email (details on web site), Head of Year or by arrangement with Mrs Harwood or a member of staff.

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

  • A group of 22 students, representing each year group specifically trained and supported by Alex Holmes, Diana Award National Anti-Bullying Co-ordinator.
  • They run all activities connected to prevent bullying, including National Anti-Bullying Week.
  • They are contactable via the web site and any member of staff.
  • They are also available at breaks, in the playground and common rooms.

ABC Supporters

  • A team of Year 9 students, two attached to each Year 7 tutor group who are specifically trained to support younger pupils with any difficulties they may experience.
  • Organise activities with the aim of making the tutor group a cohesive unit.

Hatch End High School work closely with the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Click here for more information.


Anti-Bullying Charter

HATCH END HIGH SCHOOL

TAKE A STAND AGAINST BULLYING

SEE IT, SAY IT, STOP IT!

STAND UP AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE

 

BE THE CHANGE

 

We are working together to put a full stop to bullying, and to form a community where bullying is not tolerated in any form.

I promise:

  • Not to hurt anyone verbally, mentally or physically as this is form of bullying.
  • Not to discriminate against people of a different race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or age.
  • Not to cyber-bully through the means of text, internet, anonymous phone calls or any other means of communication as I recognise this is also a form of bullying.
  • Not to be a bystander and let bullying happen as this is just as bad as being a bully.
  • To report any cases of bullying to a student, teacher, parent or friend.

I promise to uphold these policies.

 

Hatch End High School annually runs a series of events for Anti-Bullying Week. Click here for this year's programme.

Advice is provided for parents in our newsletter and at parent clinics. 


Anti-Bullying Websites


Cyber-Bullying Advice

Cyber-Bullying is when a person or a group of people uses the internet, mobile phones, online games or any other kind of digital technology to threaten, tease, upset or humiliate someone else. To know more about Cyber-Bullying and help on how to deal with it, click here and for information about E-Safety click here.

 

Anti-Bullying Policy