Staff and learners at Greenacre have worked hard to produce a portfolio of evidence to show how effectively the school is at combating bullying. There are several levels to the award and it is expected for a school to start at the Bronze level and to use these awards as a way to improve. We were very pleased to receive the Bronze award on our first review and were thrilled by September 2018 to have secured the prestigious Platinum Award. Greenacre is the first Yorkshire school to receive this level of award and only the second school in England to reach platinum standard. We are exceptionally proud of this achievement and will strive to ensure that Greenacre remains a school that is built on the foundations of respect and appreciation for difference and diversity.
By achieving the Charter Mark it is clear that the school is working well to support and educate learners around issues related to bullying and it is a reflection of the excellent practice that epitomises Greenacre. This includes how we record and track bullying, how it is dealt with, and how both victims and perpetrators are supported. Greenacre School is proud of the way it recognises, educates and takes account of the views of learners in relation to the wide-ranging implications of bullying. The school is extremely proud of this achievement and remain dedicated to promoting anti-bullying within and beyond our school
Pupils at Hoyland entered a nationwide anti bullying competition. To find out more information visit www.familylives.org.uk