Lasswade High School

LHS Anti-Bullying and Equalities Policy

Friday 11th September 2020

Anti-Bullying and Equalities Policy

At Lasswade High School we are committed to advancing equality of opportunity for all and we work actively towards eliminating all forms of bullying and discrimination. We recognise the adverse effects that bullying and discrimination can have on students’ self esteem, on their school work and within the school community. We actively foster good relationships between diverse groups and individuals.

It is every child’s right not to be bullied. Children’s rights are unique in that many of them, although designed for the safety and protection of children, have to be provided for by adults.  At Lasswade High School, our responsibility to protect and safeguard young people is central to everything we do and this applies to our determination to tackle bullying behaviour.

It follows that we have worked with stakeholders to develop our Anti-Bullying and Equalities policy which outlines our approach to tackling bullying within Lasswade High School.  Please find attached a copy of this policy which outlines our approach. 

LHS Anti-bullying policy August 2020

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