The Pingle School takes bullying very seriously and is proud of its anti-bullying work. This is driven by the Anti-bullying Committee, a group involving students, teachers, support staff, governors and members of the community.
The group develops strategies and monitors their progress.
Learning about how to prevent bullying occurs via:
- PSHE lessons in all year groups
Form Tutor Time
Students stop bullying by reporting it:
- to any member of school staff
to peer mentors
to members of the anti bullying committee
on the Frog homepage.
The school has been awarded Derbyshire County Council’s Award of excellence for its anti-bullying work, whilst parent/carer and student surveys show that we have made significant improvements to how we deal with bullying each year for the past 6 years.
The Pingle School has collected information from various organisations which may help parents with internet safety.
Please click on the relevant button to view the document in a PDF format.
The Pingle School guide to Cyberbullying:
Guidance for parents to help set up parental controls:
Derbyshire County Council have issued the following leaflets for parents:
Factsheets from CEOP (Child Explotation and On-line Protection Centre):
Tips for parents from Support Net:
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation has issued a guidance booklet regarding getting into trouble online.
A Government service called Parent Info is designed to give parents and carers the information they need to help them navigate the minefield of issues children face on everything from spotting the warning signs of self-harm, age appropriate videos to internet trolls. Clicking on the button below will open their website homepage.