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A familiar tale sadly. A teaching assistant recently said to me "Anti-bullying policies ae not worth the paper they're written on," 65% of young people say that when thy report bullying to a teacher, nothing happens. mummattwo and plisplas - what happened? I may be able to offer help and support (I hope so!)
They spoke to my child, tried to find out the names of the boys - he didnt know, so they asked for the name of the house, and then the head of house of the bullys ran an assembly on bullying, and they allowed my ds to get his lunch a bit early, plus organised a buddy system with an older child who looked out for him for a while. Not actually sure if anything else happened, as havent heard any more about it. They have an orange card system too, so if any child needs to tell a teacher and they dont feel like they can verbally, they can write it on an orange card and post it. Not sure what happens past this point, but I assume something.