Renfrewshire Council

Anti-bullying

Renfrewshire Council is committed to the social, emotional and mental well-being of children and young people.  

Renfrewshire's Tackling Bullying Policy (2009) has been updated to reflect updated legislation and national guidance.

You can download a copy of the policy from the Related Documents section.

The policy stresses the importance of involving the whole school community - pupils, parents and all the staff in the school. 

So if you or your child has a concern about bullying you should speak to someone at school. It can be the head teacher, the class teacher, a classroom assistant, or in some schools, a buddy or playground friend that is an older pupil. 

The education officer (improvement) helps to implement our policy and can be contacted by 0300 300 0170.

You can find information on the website of Respectme, Scotland's anti-bullying service. The site has a number of useful publications on cyberbulyling and a guide for parents and carers.

Advice for parents is also available from Parentline on 0800 028 22 33

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