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Inspire to achieve; persevere to succeed.

 

At Gascoigne, our pupils are taught the importance of mutual respect and acceptance of differences; we are proud of the diversity amongst our community and celebrate this.

 

​Below are our Parent View results, theses show that 26% of parents don't know how we deal with bullying at our school....we hope this is information will give you a clearer understanding.

 

 

​Q8. The school deals effectively with bullying:

​Strongly Agree: 37%  Agree: 33%  Disagree:  5%  Strongly Disagree: 0%  Don't know: 26%

Figures based on 82 responses up to 16-11-2017

'Respect' written and performed by Amna, Meley and Ayomide

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At Gascoigne Primary - we respect everyone!

Make A Noise Anti-Bullying 2017

 

Gascoigne Primary School is an Anti-Bullying school and as such we have joined the Make A Noise campaign. We urge all parents ans pupils to read the documentation below and sign up to the Make a Noise Website to make a noise about bullying.

 

If you have any questions or are concerned that your child is being bullied please contact a senior member of the Gascoigne Primary School staff.

 

 

Make A Noise

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14th - 18th November was Anti-bullying Week. 

Children and adults learnt about what bullying is and how we can make a stand against it.  We stand united in the belief that we must say NO!  to any kind of bullying at Gascoigne Primary School.  Every child from Year 1-6 received a Gascoigne Anti-bullying wristband as a pledge to stand up against bullying.

 

On Wednesday, performers from Soren Bennick productions came to tell the whole school about the different types of bullying.

Please see Anti-bullying presentation which was delivered to parents on Thursday 17th November 2016

As a result of the parent meeting we found that some parents would like more information about bullying and particularly cyberbullying. Use the links below to find out how to prevent and respond to cyberbullying

On Friday we dressed up as superheroes to use our 'Powers for Good'.

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