Every school must have measures in place to prevent all forms of bullying. Schools should take action to prevent and respond to bullying as part of their overall behaviour policy.

There is lots of information online to support schools in a whole school approach to preventing and intervening with bullying.

The Department for Education (DfE) has various advice regarding bullying in schools. Including the following documents: 

Below you will find information and support from different external organisation on bullying in schools. 

Supporting Transgender Children in Schools

Over the recent years we have been hearing more and more stories of transgender children. Many people may know a child in their community who may be transgender. In view of this ensuring that our schools are a supportive and safe environment for all children is paramount. You may encounter children or young people who are struggling with their gender identity, they may or may not have supportive parents.

Under the equality act 2010 any young person has a right to be addressed as whichever gender they identify as regardless of any diagnosis or medical intervention and irrespective of age.

Useful resources include: 

  • The Human Rights Campaign has produced a useful resource guide to help professionals meet the needs of children, including debunking myths about transgender children and recommended steps for families and community can take to support transgender and gender-expansive kids in their lives.
  • GIRES - A UK wide organisation whose purpose is to improve the lives of trans and gender non-conforming people of all ages, including those who are non-binary and non-gender.



Anti Bullying Guidance for Schools


Bullying Prevention Resource Pack


Creating a whole school approach to anti-bullying


Supporting Wellbeing and Promoting Positive Behaviour

Last update: Thursday 18th of April 2024 02:08:53 PM