Bullying

What is Bullying? 

Bullying is behaviour by an individual or group, repeated over time, that intentionally hurts another individual or group either physically or emotionally. Bullying can take many forms (for example, cyber-bullying, verbal, physical or emotional bullying).

 

Middlesbrough College Anti-Bullying Policy

Middlesbrough College has a zero tolerance approach towards all forms of bullying and harassment, related to both students and staff.



Support and Advice

Visit the below sites for support and advice with bullying:

I have concerns about bullying at Middlesbrough College

If you have a concern about bullying, please report this directly to your Personal Tutor in the first instance. 


You can also report directly to the College’s Safeguarding Team:

Text ‘Safe’ to 83123
safeguarding@mbro.ac.uk

Or via Canvas


BIG Award Middlesbrough College


Middlesbrough College & B.I.G Award (Bullying Intervention Group)


Middlesbrough College has achieved the Bullying Intervention BIG Award for a record 5th year in a row.

The college was the first FE establishment to achieve the accolade in 2012.

The ‘Bullying Intervention Group’ is a social enterprise, created to administer the BIG Award for schools, colleges and services for young people, and while many schools have fulfilled the criteria, the College is amongst only a handful in the country to achieve this recognised ‘anti-bullying’ status

Mike Bulmer, Student Services Manager and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead at Middlesbrough College, said: “We’re really pleased that our work against bullying has been recognised.”


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