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Anti-Bullying/ Keeping SAFE

At Bellfield, we want YOU to be SAFE - nothing is more important to us!

REMEMBER: if something is bothering or upsetting you, TALK to someone - you can talk to any trusted adult (family, friend, school staff, especially Miss Harvey or Mrs Benn in our Pastoral Team (or put a note in the Worry Box in reception)) and get help -NEVER keep something worrying you to yourself.

We cover bullying and being safe, including E-Safety and keeping safe when out and about in our PSHEE lessons, computing lessons and in assemblies throughout the year, as well as during Anti-bullying week (Nov).


BULLYING  is behaviour by an individual or group, usually repeated over time, that intentionally hurts another individual or group, either physically or emotionally.

In other words, bullying at Bellfield Junior School is considered to be, “unacceptable behaviour which occurs ‘lots of times, on purpose’;"  this can be short term or continuous over long periods of time.

How to deal with bullying: remember.. . ASK - WARNTELL

ASK the person or persons to STOP. 

WARN them you will TELL an adult.

TELL an adult what is going on.

Remember that it is NOT your fault and that it needs to STOP - so tell someone if it is happening to you or someone you know.

You can also seek support from: 0808 800 5000, email or Number of children calling ChildLine about exam stress rises by 200 per cent

Other great websites:

Image result for safety 4 kids  Kidscape - Home    Childnet International  Image result for birmingham community health trust logo

ASSEMBLY 16.11.21 'Anti-Bullying & Odd Socks Day': 

See the assembly below or download the powerpoint here



Mr Attwood did an assembly on racism - what it is and how we stop it. 

See the assembly below or download the powerpoint HERE