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Anti Bullying Information

If a student is concerned about a bullying incident which has affected either them or somebody else then they must report it.  

They can do this by telling their form tutor, Head of Year, Student Support Leader or other trusted teacher. Or they can report it here via this QR code:


Bullying is repetitive intentional hurting of one person or a group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power. Bullying can be physical, verbal or psychological. It can happen face-to-face or online.

If you need help and support you can find this in school if you speak to your Student support Leader or Head of Year:


Miss Young – Head of Year

Mrs Triffit – Student Support Leader


Miss Townsend – Head of Year

Miss Evennett – Student Support Leader


Mrs Garbett – Head of Year

Mrs Hammell – Student Support Leader


Mrs Hadcroft – Head of Year

Miss Tomlinson and Ms Whiteley – Student Support Leaders


Ms Townsend – Head of Year

Mr Kettlewell – Student Support Leader


Mrs Hopson – Head of Year

Mrs Blunt – Student Support


Mrs Heys – Head of Year

Mrs Blunt – Student Support


Or by locating our Antibullying Ambassadors in school or contacting them via their Instagram – Huntington School (@huntington_aba) • Instagram photos and videos

If you would also like to contact external services for outside of school hours, here are some helpful organisations:

Information and advice about all forms of bullying ( – 0845 22 55 787

Anti-Bullying Alliance

Diana Award Crisis Messenger – free 24/7 support. Text DA to 85258

Bullying UK  – 0808 800 22 22

Childline | Childline –  0800 11 11

If you are a parent/carer who is concerned about their child, please contact the relevant member of staff as above, report via the QR code or find helpful information via the Anti-bullying Alliance

Advice for parents and carers (


We are proud members of the antibullying alliance;