Bradley Stoke Community School

Anti Bullying

We take any concerns about bullying very serious at BSCS. Tackling and preventing bullying has always been a priority for the school and we are committed to working with parents and students to ensure our school remains a safe place to learn.

It certainly doesn’t affect everyone when they move to secondary school but when bullying does happen it is upsetting and difficult to know what to do. Here, Lucy from CBBC’s Our School explains how she helped her friend who was being bullied and offers advice on the best way to deal with it if it happens.

CBBC - Our School


  • If someone tries to bully you, don’t react negatively and lash out
  • Speak to your friends, parents, carer, teacher or the Heads of Year Team as they may be able to comfort you and offer advice
  • Don’t suffer in silence
  • Remember it is not your fault