Behaviour and Anti-Bullying

We are proud to take a relational approach to behaviour management. At Broomhaugh First School, we feel that positive relationships are the root of positive behaviour and attitudes to learning and we all have a part to play in building that positive foundation. Our approach reflects the 5 core Christian values that underpin everything we do in school. We serve to provide a Christian school community in which our children can feel secure and happy and thrive, both emotionally and academically, on a daily basis. The Broomhaugh CofE First School Code outlines what children and adults will do in our school. It is very much a statement of, ‘How we do things here.’

Our school seeks to provide a safe, secure and positive environment in which children and young people can develop and grow making full use of the range of facilities available to them. Children, young people and the adults involved with them are entitled to be treated with respect and understanding, and to participate in any activity free from intimidation and discrimination.


NSPCC Positive Parenting. A free guide which provides advice on positive ways of encouraging good behaviour in children.

NSPCC Child Mental Health Advice and guidance for parents/carers.

Bullying at School A useful website with information and advice.

Bullying UK


ChildLine: Children can write or phone free of charge if they have a problem of any kind. Write to: Freepost 1111, London N1 OBR. Tel: 0800 11 11.

NSPCC Child Protection Helpline Free 24-hour service which provides counselling, information and advice to anyone concerned about a child at risk of abuse. Tel: 0800 800 500 or text phone 0800 056 0566.

Family Lives A national help line for anyone who is parenting a child and who is in need of guidance, information or emotional support. Tel: 08088 002222.