Our community at West Exe School believes in Courage, Compassion and Citizenship.
Courage – We are brave in our actions and ambitious in our dreams.
Compassion -Through kindness and empathy, we care for ourselves and others.
Citizenship - Through respect, responsibility and integrity we make the world a better place.
Diversity and differences are actively and visibly celebrated and welcomed
across the whole School.
We are a kind and caring community that celebrates compassion, courage
Educate to Empower
We challenge bullying through education and encourage all members of
our School community to recognise bullying, acknowledge it is unacceptable
and report it.
Listen, Reassure & Respond
All students, parents and carers are listened to and influence strategies and
approaches to prevent, report and respond to incidents of bullying to allow
students to learn in a safe, supportive and caring environment
Our named senior leader for anti-bullying is Emma Gulliver
Our named Governor for anti-bullying is Matt Davey
How to Challenge Bullying
What to do if you are told that your child has been unkind
What to do if your child is being bullied
Our staff and students are anti-bullying ambassadors. These are members of staff and students who are trained to listen, reassure and respond to any disclosures of bullying. Our staff ambassadors will ensure that all incidences of bullying are responded to so that our students can learn in a safe, supportive and caring environment.