Anti-Bullying

St. Kevin’s College Anti-Bullying Statement

St. Kevin’s College Anti-Bullying Statement

The students and staff of St. Kevin’s College agree to treat all staff and fellow students with respect. Bullying breaks this rule, because if you hurt, threaten or frighten someone you are not treating them with respect. Bullying is not acceptable and will not be tolerated.

This applies in class, on corridors, in the yard, on the way to and from school and all school related activities.

"Respect for students’ future. Respect for life."

St. Kevin's College

How Students Should Behave

  • Treat others, as you would like to be treated
  • Show respect to each other
  • Show respect for each other’s property
  • Show respect for each other’s wellbeing
  • Look for the help of an adult for yourself or someone else.

How Students Should Not Behave

  • Hit, kick, push or isolate other students, teachers, non- teaching staff or visitors
  • Be part of on-going mental bullying (psychological)
  • Jeer others or their families
  • Make racial comments
  • Steal or damage someone’s property
  • Threaten anyone in any way

Get in Touch

If you require any additional information whatsoever please do not hesitate to contact us using the link below. Alternatively you can call us on 00353 (0)1 453 6397 or email info@stkevins.cdetb.ie.

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