The wellbeing of Goffs-Churchgate students is integral to the school, and this includes our understanding of each child's needs. Although there isn't a significant issue at our school, bullying can have a detrimental effect on a child's learning. At the end of last year, Goffs-Churchgate assembled a team of Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. We have a team of 13 Ambassadors, who range from Years 8 to 11, and they can be found all around the school. We all attended a training session lead by the Diana Award, teaching us how to act/respond in many difficult situations, involving bullying. As well as around the school, we can be found in 'Learning Plus' at break time, should any student want to discuss any concerns.
One of the Ambassadors describes her role:
"My role in the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Team is to promote awareness of bullying and present assemblies about what my colleagues and I are doing. Since I joined the school in 2018, I have experienced a safe environment, one in which I can thrive in and I want that to be the case for all students at Goffs-Churchgate Academy. I am proud of my school and what they are doing to help tackle bullying and help those who have been affected by it. If you have any questions/problems, you can see one of us"