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At St. Paul’s we believe bullying is unacceptable. The school Relationship Management Policy addresses the issue of bullying within the context of pastoral care of students. Pastoral care in Catholic schools clearly places an emphasis on social justice, relationships and the dignity and well being of all members of the school community.

The school believes that students learn best when they feel safe and valued.

At St. Paul’s we aim to:

  • develop a school culture of concern, trust and support where students feel safe
  • develop social skills and strategies in response to bullying on a whole school level
  • reduce the amount of bullying
  • utilise peers in the prevention of bullying
  • identify and support children who have become targets of bullying
  • work with students who have displayed bullying behaviour through intervention, and developing skills of cooperation
  • work with parents to address issues that may arise

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