The Governors and Staff of Beverley High School fully recognise the importance of safeguarding children and play a full and active part in protecting pupils from harm. In developing the Pupil Behaviour and School Discipline Policy, due consideration has been given to the Beverley High School Child Protection Policy and the East Riding Safeguarding Children Board procedures.
Good behaviour is essential to successful teaching and learning and to maintaining a positive school ethos. Maintaining good behaviour is the responsibility of everyone involved in the school community. It is expected that parents and carers will support staff in this endeavour.
Bullying can be physical or verbal, but it is not a one-off act of aggression. Bullying is a repeated act that makes the person being bullied feel alone, helpless and angry.
If you are being bullied or if you know of someone else that is being bullied use this link below to report it. Don't feel that you must suffer in silence, it is really important that you allow us to help you.
The support you get will be sensitive and we are aware that you may be worried about making things worse.
Bullying is WRONG, help us to get rid of it from Beverley High School.
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