Cranfield Church of England Academy is a school where Christian Values guide our daily work.
Through these values, a culture of love, caring and respect is cultivated, where difference is valued and equality, diversity and dignity are promoted. In working to ensure that all stakeholders in the Academy commit to ‘Living God’s Love’ we aim to provide a secure, inclusive and harmonious environment where all children, staff and families can flourish and where bullying is unusual and rare.
Nevertheless, bullying is unacceptable and it will not be accepted. So too must the term ‘bullying’ be used with extreme caution.
- Click here to view a leaflet for parents on how Cranfield Academy 'chooses respect'.
- Click here to view the Anti-Bullying Policy.
- Click here to view NSPCC advice on bullying.
We Choose Respect:
In November 2018, each site participated in Anti-Bullying Week through the theme of, "We Choose Respect". We had an excellent two days, consisting of drama workshops in Year 3 and 4 to explore the theme of bullying, lessons on bullying and how we choose respect, and a poster competition! Below are the winners, which are proudly displayed across our school.