Behaviour and Safety
At Isebrook College we believe that every student has the right to feel safe and secure and be treated with dignity and respect. We want all our students here to feel valued, happy and confident. We believe that one of the ways this can be achieved is by tackling bullying.
Bullying is defined as unkind or hurtful actions intended to hurt or harm a group or individual. Bullying behaviour can be physical, emotional or verbal in nature and is often repeated. We take action to prevent bullying at Isebrook by developing a caring ethos where bullying is regarded as unacceptable.
We have a relationship policy that is regularly updated and we engage in anti-bullying work with our students across the college.
Students are actively encouraged to report any incidents of bullying to their form tutor, in the first instance. Please refer to our relationship policy for more information.