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Behaviour and Anti-Bullying

At Richard Coates CE School, our mission is to enable all individuals to achieve their full potential within a happy and caring Christian community. The Christian values of love, care, and tolerance underpin our approach to managing behaviour in school and we use the gospel of St Matthew, “In everything, do to others as you would have them do to you,” to guide us in our overarching principle of respect.

We are proud of the reputation we have for outstanding behaviour for learning, as evidenced by Ofsted (May 2013), and our highly acclaimed anti-bullying work (we are an Anti-Bullying Accredited School).

Please browse the documents below for information about our approach to behaviour and discipline, and for guidance on how you can support your child at home with issues relating to bullying (as shared with parents on our Anti-Bullying Evening).

Anti-Bullying Policy
Child Friendly Anti-Bullying Policy (Lower School)
Child Friendly Anti-Bullying Policy (Upper School)
Richard Coates CE School Extended Services Policy
Resilience and action for happiness
Books and Films about Bullying
Books about Bullying
Parent Tips – Listening to your Child
Resolving Conflict Peacefully
Cyberbullying information and helpful links
Anti-bullying Presentation
Anti-bullying Alliance – Cyberbullying tips for parents & carers



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