Relationships & Anti-Bullying
"We don't like bullies at Almondbury Community School "
We feel very strongly that everyone at Almondbury has the right to come to Almondbury community School and feel part of a safe, secure, caring environment, without being hindered by the behaviour of any other person or group. We do not tolerate bullying. If you feel you are being bullied, or are worried about somebody else...please tell somebody in school. This might be your Class teacher or Form Tutor, Learning Mentor or Key Worker.
If you feel you need some advice the following contact details of organisations that aim to tackle bullying issues could be very helpful.
For help with anything, anytime, call Childline free on 0800 1111 (0800 44 1111 in Scotland) or text phone 0800 400 222. You can also write to them by sending a letter to Freepost 1111, London N1 0BR (no stamp needed).
This is a national charity that provides advice on children who have been bullied. They can be called on 020 7730 3300.
This organisation has lots of advice for young people and parents who need help with bullying
This charity specialises in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. You can call the NSPCC's free national child protection 24 hour helpline on 0808 800 5000.