MHS Anti - Bullying
What is bullying?
Bullying can be any form of physical, verbal or psychological behaviour, deliberately aimed at hurting, intimidating, upsetting or isolating victim(s), who will feel belittled, degraded or affronted as a result.
Bullying is unacceptable and will be dealt with firmly and immediately. Such behaviour is a serious offence against the individual and the school community as a whole. Incidents of bullying are recorded, so that patterns of behaviour can be identified. A log of racist and homophobic bullying is also kept.
MHS Anti Bullying Strategy
Click here to view the MHS Anti Bullying Strategy
If you would like to report any bullying being targeted at yourself or to someone else at school, you can either talk to a member of school staff or send a message to the following email address for help: