'It's Not Ok'
Positive relationships are at the heart of our school community and intent. We want our students to leave us happy and healthy, with a strong moral compass, and a key part of this is identifying when things are concerning. As a school, we say ‘It’s Not Ok’ to behaviour, language or attitudes that hurt others – whether that’s racist or phobic language, encouraging inappropriate activity, or making others feel uncomfortable about who they are. Any concerns can be raised to a member of staff or shared via the email address email@example.com
Mrs Clare Smith
Deputy Headteacher (Pastoral, Safeguarding & Wellbeing)