United Against Bullying
United Against Bullying Initiative
Hillcrest is dedicated to stamping out bullying in all forms. The school's Anti-Bullying Policy heavily involved the pupils in its creation. The school has signed up to the Anti-Bullying Alliance's United Against Bullying Initiative.
Mr Reeve-Hayes is Hillcrest's Senior Lead for Anti-Bullying.
If you think you (or someone you know) may be being bullied at Hillcrest, tell us about it by clicking on the image below or by scanning the QR code.
Worry Boxes are situated in the Purple Hall, outside the Unworry Room, outside Mr Reeve-Haye's office and outside Europa.
You can also use your class' "Ask it Basket" to share your worries with the grown-ups in your class. Remember that we are a TELLING SCHOOL and you are not alone!
So far, the pupils have shared their views on what life is like at Hillcrest and Mr Reeve-Hayes has completed an Anti-Bullying audit. These two pieces of work will form the basis of our Anti-Bullying Action Plan.
Use the other sections of this page to explore the results of the Baseline Questionnaire (it shares some great news about our school!) and the results from our Anti-Bullying audit.