At Bentley Wood High School we want to ensure that all students learn in a safe and stimulating environment. The Anti-bullying Ambassadors lead our anti-bullying agenda and offer peer to peer support to students dealing with bullying and friendship issues.
Definition of Bullying
There is no legal definition for bullying, however it is usually defined as behaviour that is a wilful, repeated, conscious attempt or desire to hurt someone either physically or emotionally. Bullying may be overt by verbal or physical means, or covert by use of body language. It also includes cyberbullying – bullying via mobile phone or online (for example, email, social networks, instant messenger, Whatsapp, Instagram and so forth). Any needless action, repeated over time, which is intended to cause anxiety or distress will be considered bullying.
Bentley Wood High School work closely with the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Click here for more information.
BE THE CHANGE
We work together as a school community to put a full stop to bullying, and have created an environment where bullying is not tolerated in any form.
As a member of Bentley Wood our students promise:
Not to hurt anyone verbally, mentally or physically as this is a form of bullying.
Not to discriminate against people of a different race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or age.
Not to cyber-bully through the means of text, internet, anonymous phone calls or any other means of communication as I recognise this is also a form of bullying.
Not to be a bystander and let bullying happen as this is just as bad as being a bully.
To report any cases of bullying to a student, teacher, parent or friend.
This is underpinned by the schools’ community commitment to our CARE values; to communicate, achieve, respect others, have empathy, and stand up for equality
Cyber-Bullying is when a person or a group of people uses the internet, mobile phones, online games or any other kind of digital technology to threaten, tease, upset or humiliate someone else. To learn more about Cyber-Bullying and help on how to deal with it, click here and for information about E-Safety click here
THE PASSING OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II
It is with great sadness and respect our school
offers our condolences to the Royal Family
upon the death of Her Majesty the Queen.
We will be forever indebted to Her Majesty
for her service to this country and her people.
Over seven decades, she was an outstanding
example to us all .
The embodiment of public service and duty.
Bentley Wood are once again celebrating some
hugely successful GCSE and Y13 results for 2022.
We are delighted that the hard work of the
students and staff alike has led to these great achievements.
Please view our Examination Results