Home   News   Article

Wick school marks Anti-Bullying Week


By David G Scott

Easier access to your trusted, local news. Have a look at our brand new digital subscription packages!



To mark this year’s Anti-Bullying Week, Wick High School (WHS) stated today that it was proud to announce a draft version of the updated (for Session 2021/22) Anti-Bullying Policy for the school.

The policy has been updated following a consultation with almost 300 pupils ranging from S1 to S6.

Wick High School pupils mark Anti Bullying Week. Almost 300 pupils ranging from S1 to S6 were consulted on an updated policy.
Wick High School pupils mark Anti Bullying Week. Almost 300 pupils ranging from S1 to S6 were consulted on an updated policy.

A WHS bulletin states: "This morning, the Pupil Council Community Leaders met with Miss Ker and Mr Mackenzie to create a pupil-friendly version of the policy which will then be promoted across the school. "In addition, the full policy will be shared with the school's Parent Council for their input before it is published to the whole school community."

The school states it is committed to providing a learning environment where "staff and pupils feel safe and protected".

Related article:

Wick High School begins LGBT Charter


Do you want to respond to this article? If so, click here to submit your thoughts and they may be published in print.



This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More