Oatlands Primary School

Bully Busters

Oatlands Primary School has taken a pro-active stance against bullying.

A Bully Busters Program has been implemented throughout our school for many years. The students are taught skills to assist them in dealing with bullying behaviour (physical, emotional or verbal).

The Junior School Council in collaboration with all students has developed an Oatlands Primary School - A Bully Free Environment brochure which details:

  • What bullying is
  • Types of bullying
  • How people feel who are bullied
  • What our school is doing about bullying
  • How to develop skills to avoid being a target of bullying
  • Learning strategies to assist when being targeted by a bully.

The development of this anti-bullying initiative has led to much discussion amongst students, parents and teachers and is proving a catalyst in reducing the incidents of bullying at our school.

The Prep students participate in the Bully Busters Program with their Grade 6 Buddy.

Latest Blogs

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Tue, 07 Feb 2017
Can you follow instructions? Practise drawing this cartoon butterfly in your special drawing book.
Sun, 08 Jan 2017
On Christmas Day I got lots of LEGO but these are some of my favourites. I have got lots more and I might even get some on Tuesday, my b’day. 
Sun, 25 Dec 2016
Not going to plan; really? It’s great to see our little leprechaun getting into the swing of playing basketball; maybe he was a little ambitious beginning to play at such a high level, but hey, you never know unless you try! We’ve now come to …
Sun, 25 Dec 2016
So, not even Christmas Day is safe from our little leprechaun! It seems there is no limit to what this feisty little fella will get up to; a little mischief here, a little mischief there…make for interesting and fun times, don’t you think? &#…
Fri, 23 Dec 2016
I suppose all our little leprechaun’s activities throughout this month of December have made him hungry [maybe even a little hangry!], but really? The moon? Cheese? Don’t tell me he’s there with Peppa Pig playing in the muddy puddles; no…

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