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Anti Bullying Policy


The school processes for managing bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence are a key aspect of providing a safe and supportive school environment. Dealing with minor or major incidents in a constructive and supportive manner is critical.







Young people may like to go to other agencies to get information and ideas for themselves.


Information and real life stories about bullying.


Kids Helpline
True stories from young people about their experiences with bullying, as well as how Kids Helpline has helped them.


General information about dealing with bullying and bullying related to gender, sexuality and culture.


The Line
The Line allows teenagers and young adults to talk to one another about healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviours and how to have and maintain a respectful relationship.


It Gets Better Australia
The It Gets Better Australia campaign was started to show young people the potential and positivity possible in their lives after the difficulty of their teen years.


Beyondblue's youth program aims to empower young people aged 12–25, their friends and those who care for them to respond to anxiety and depression.




The newly formed Office of the Children's eSafety Commisioner administers the Enhancing Online Safety for Children Act 2015.

The Office provides a range of resources to support schools in resolving cyberbulling and has also developed resources and information for children and their families.  These resources can be found on the Office's website  We encourage all children and their families to explore these resources to further understand what cyberbulling is and how it can be resolved.


The Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner has launched a website to assist parents with the safety of their children online.  Visit the site by clicking HERE to view the resources and information.


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