At Charlton, we are a Rights Respecting School, and as such we aim to ensure that every child has the right to express their views, feelings and wishes in all matters affecting them, and to have their views considered and taken seriously. We have a number of pupil voice groups, including anti-bullying ambassadors, who have been democratically elected by children to represent their class’s views.
Our anti-bullying ambassadors work alongside Mrs Harris to promote our school approach to anti-bullying. This group have regular meetings together, feeding back to their respective classes and sharing thoughts from their classes to. During anti-bullying week they lead the assembly, which is designed to raise awareness and promote an anti-bullying culture across the school.
This year, their main priority area is to ensure that all stakeholders are aware of our approach, and know what to do if they or someone they know experiences bullying behaviours.