‘Students have outstanding attitudes to learning,
which is primarily as a result of good teaching and very positive relationships across the whole academy.’ Ofsted
‘Students behave very well, show high levels of cooperation, respect and courtesy and work highly effectively with each other and their teachers. This creates a very positive learning environment.’ Ofsted


The Langley Academy | Bullying Intervention Group

Welcome to the Bullying Intervention Group Page

What is bullying?

Bullying can be quite obvious (pushing, hitting, verbal abuse, attacks on social media) or it can be more subtle, hiding under the guise of “It’s only a joke!” or “It’s just a bit of banter.”  Is it?

If it’s deliberately being done to hurt your feelings, it’s bullying.

Bullies get away with it because their victims are too scared or embarrassed to report what’s happening. 
The Langley Academy should be a safe place for you and bullying is taken seriously by staff. There is an Anti-Bullying policy available for viewing on the main website.

The Bullying Intervention Group Student Ambassadors are here to offer non-judgemental support: to be a friend when you need one; someone who understands what you are going through.

Meet your NEW Ambassadors

YEAR 9 YEAR 10 YEAR 11
Jakub Jezewicz Lauren Bradburn Aleksandra Wieteska
Bradley Felstead Keara Howard-Phelan Malaika Tahseen
    Jagbir Virdee
    Zuzanna Gorska
    Shona Gibson

TLA’s New Anti Bullying Ambassadors

If you are being bullied:

  • Don’t keep it to yourself, ask for help!
  • Report it to a member of staff you trust
  • Tell your parents/carer
  • Report it by email*  or use the form below**

*bullying@langleyacademy.org
**Stand Up Against Bullying Form

If you would like to become an Anti-Bullying Ambassador please email* us:bullying@langleyacademy.org

Some websites that offer help are:

 

We are BIG (Bullying Intervention Group) and we’re here to help.