Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

 

 

Definition of Bullying

“The repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power”.

Bullying can happen anywhere to anyone.

 

Who we are?

The Anti-bullying Ambassadors are a team of students from across the year groups that help to combat bullying within the Blandford School.

 

How to contact us?

There are various ways to contact the Anti-Bullying Team direct:

  1. Use our email address
    tbsanti-bullyingambassadors@blandfordschool.org.uk
  2. Concern Boxes
    In Block 5 by Reprographics
    By the photocopier in the PCA area
  3. By clicking on on one of survey links below :

You can also speak to us face to face during lunch time in the Block 5 Paulley Room.

 

What are the different types of bullying?

Verbal Bullying

This is when the bully tries to make someone feel bad about themselves by using mean words.  This can take the form of name calling, teasing, insults, put downs or when a bully uses phrases such as “you have no friends” or “no-one likes you”.

 

Verbal bullying is not a one-off situation or just friendly banter between friends, what makes it bullying is it happens regularly and is persistent.

 

Physical Bullying

This is the easiest to spot as it takes place as face to face confrontation.   It can take the form of hitting, deliberately hurting someone, shoving, kicking, grabbing someone round the neck.  Any form of physical contact that is