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Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

St Thomas More Catholic Academy has 10 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors consisting of senior sixth form students.  The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors have been carefully selected to act as advocates for students who feel they cannot speak directly to an adult if they feel that they are being bullied.  They can discuss different types of bullying and heighten awareness. The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are as follows:

 

Year 7 Holly 

Andrew

Year 8 Ariane

Aydin

Year 9 Emmy

Alex

Year 10 Chloe

Josh

Year 11 Shakira

McStephen 


St Thomas More’s Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are responsible, caring and respected students, who have demonstrated empathy and a natural ability to build and engender good rapport amongst their peer group, to become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. Collectively, our team of Ambassador’s main aim is to raise awareness and to prevent and tackle bullying at St Thomas More in order that it remains a happy and secure environment. They are committed to achieving this in a variety of ways that include:

 

  • Identifying issues relating to bullying before they escalate
  • Offering support and guidance to students who are being bullied
  • ‘Being there’ for people who need them
  • Providing a range of facilities and activities to help prevent bullying
  • Attending Student Council meetings to discuss progress and issues that have arisen
  • Working with Staff, as well as students, to prevent bullying

Below is a copy of our anti-bullying policy and several prayers written byour anti-bullying ambassadors, please click on the icons to open:

 

Anti-Bullying Policy
 
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Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

St Thomas More Catholic Academy has 10 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors consisting of senior sixth form students.  The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors have been carefully selected to act as advocates for students who feel they cannot speak directly to an adult if they feel that they are being bullied.  They can discuss different types of bullying and heighten awareness. The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are as follows:

 

Year 7 Holly 

Andrew

Year 8 Ariane

Aydin

Year 9 Emmy

Alex

Year 10 Chloe

Josh

Year 11 Shakira

McStephen 


St Thomas More’s Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are responsible, caring and respected students, who have demonstrated empathy and a natural ability to build and engender good rapport amongst their peer group, to become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. Collectively, our team of Ambassador’s main aim is to raise awareness and to prevent and tackle bullying at St Thomas More in order that it remains a happy and secure environment. They are committed to achieving this in a variety of ways that include:

 

  • Identifying issues relating to bullying before they escalate
  • Offering support and guidance to students who are being bullied
  • ‘Being there’ for people who need them
  • Providing a range of facilities and activities to help prevent bullying
  • Attending Student Council meetings to discuss progress and issues that have arisen
  • Working with Staff, as well as students, to prevent bullying

Below is a copy of our anti-bullying policy and several prayers written byour anti-bullying ambassadors, please click on the icons to open:

 

Anti-Bullying Policy
 
Anti Bullying Policy January 2016 (1)-page-001.jpg

 

    Prayers: please click to enlarge