Bullying is when someone does mean things to you constantly over a period of time. People can be bullied for many reasons including what they wear, what they look like, who they play with and how they talk and if they have any disabilities.
Bullying is not ok. Albany Hills State School says no to bullying by teaching everyone about our three school rules:
Be a learner.
For everyone to be safe, we all need to be respectful of each other. We learn how to do this by listening to our teachers and wearing orange on the National Day of Action against bullying and violence. We stand up to our friends if they are doing the wrong thing and we look out for our friends if they are being bullied.
If you are being bullied, you can tell your bully to stop. If they don't, you can talk to a teacher on duty or to your class teacher. You can even talk to Mr Hansen, Ms Henderson, Mrs Farley, or Mr Weidman. Chappy Glen is also a great person who can help.
And help everyone feel wanted.
Bullying at Albany Hills State School – we say NO WAY!
By Ben 6JS