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Moneynick Primary School, Randalstown


Our school aims to create and maintain a safe, nurturing, learning environment.

Measures are put in place to protect and support our children and young people from bullying and tackle the problem effectively. All members of our school community have a responsibility to prevent and address bullying type behaviour, whether in person and/or online, as outlined in the school Anti-Bullying Policy. School staff work with pupils, parents and carers have a responsibility to support those impacted by bullying.

Our elected Anti-Bullying Ambassadors will work together as a team to address Anti - Bullying issues and promote awareness among our pupils of the issues relating to bullying and how we can prevent it. They will have a role in preparing assemblies for Anti - Bullying week and will prepare posters and lead assemblies to communicate the message 'Choose Respect’.


13th Nov 2023
Odd Socks Day is all about embracing and celebrating our differences....
12th Nov 2023
Anti-Bullying Week 2023’s theme is 'Make a Noise About Bullying'. To publicise...

Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors