Nether Stowe School’s efforts to tackle bullying are recognised by county scheme

A Lichfield school has been recognised for its efforts to stamp out bullying.

Headteacher Ruth Poppleton, Bradley Brook-Egan, Isabel Thompson, Grace Ferguson, Megan Green, Leah Kesterton, Rachel Hunt, Francesca Richards, Elizbete BruzaI and Ann Woffinden from Entrust

Headteacher Ruth Poppleton, Bradley Brook-Egan, Isabel Thompson, Grace Ferguson, Megan Green, Leah Kesterton, Rachel Hunt, Francesca Richards, Elizbete BruzaI and Ann Woffinden from Entrust

Nether Stowe School’s zero-tolerance approach has been welcomed by the Staffordshire Entrust Anti-Bullying Pledge scheme.

Among the initiatives at the school is the blue-tie buddies project which sees students make a pledge to “create a school community where bullying is not tolerated”.

A spokesperson added: “A plan has been written which describes the new actions this school have pledged to take in the coming years to reduce bullying and encourage positive relationships.”

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