Middleton School is committed to providing the best educational experience for every child. Each member of the Middleton School community has the right to feel safe and secure at school, and shares the responsibility for helping to prevent bullying.
Bullying affects everyone, not just the bullies and the victims. It also affects those who watch, and less aggressive children can be drawn in by peer pressure. Bullying is not an inevitable part of school life or a necessary part of growing up, and it rarely sorts itself out. Only when all issues of bullying are addressed, will a child be best able to benefit from the opportunities available at Middleton School.
Middleton school is committed to anti-bullying. In the first instance, please contact your son/daughter’s Class teacher / Team Leader / Key Stage Leader to raise any concerns. Any bullying incidents which will be dealt with quickly and effectively.