Pilch Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside L14 0JG

0151 477 8815


St Margaret Mary's Catholic Infant School

Loving, learning, growing together with Jesus

Anti Bullying

Every child should feel happy and confident in school. From the earliest days in school, the children learn how to be friends and take care of each other. They learn that it is never okay for any person to hurt your body or your feelings. The children are encouraged to use gentle hands, gentle feet and kind words.


Each year, the children in school take part in anti-bullying week. During this week, they learn more about being good friends together. They learn what bullying is and what they should do to stop it, using the acronym STOP.

Bullying is Several Times On Purpose.

To stop bullying they should Start Telling Other People.


This year, the children and parents took part in Bully Buster workshops. The school council from our local cluster of schools gathered in our school hall to take part in an anti-bullying conference led by our learning mentor, Mrs Harris and the learning mentor from the junior school, Mrs Perry.


This year's Anti-Bullying Week and Anti-Bullying Conference is focused on the theme of 'Respect.' It looks at how to treat each other with respect and to respect our difference.

If you are concerned that a child in our school may be being bullied, please contact the school immediately and ask for Mrs Maddocks, Deputy Head Teacher, or Mrs Byrne, the Head Teacher.


Click on the links below

Anti Bullying Policy 2016

Behaviour Policy 2016

Cyber-Bullying Policy 2016


Bully Buster Workshop