At Lytham St Annes High School, we are 'United Against Bullying' and as such we are opposed to all forms of bullying and will work rigorously to ensure that all incidents of bullying reported to us are fully recorded and investigated. Sanctions will be taken against students who are found to have bullied other students. This process is detailed in the LSA Respect and Anti - Bullying Policy which can be seen below.

Moreover, as a school we believe passionately that we have a responsibility to build a climate and ethos that encourages our students to respect each other, understand diversity and difference and to lead the way in developing positive relationships and support for each other. We are fully committed to the principles of the Equalities Act 2010 and seek to ensure that no student is discriminated against on the grounds of sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religious belief or pregnancy.

We are committed to creating a community that is based on the principles of:

  • Equality
  • Dignity 
  • Respect 
  • Non-discrimination 
  • Participation

As citizens of our school community, student and staff are expected to keep a code of RESPECT (one of our school values) which our students have put together.

Respect and Anti-Bullying

Your friends, your family, our Anti Bullying Ambassadors, our Wellness Warriors, Prefects, Form Tutors and Head of Year are always available to listen and support you.






The theme for Anti-Bullying Week 2020 was United Against Bullying. What a busy week we've had with activities for Anti-Bullying Week 2020! 


Odd Socks Day – 16th November.

We kicked off Anti-Bullying week with Odd Socks Day which was designed to be a fun opportunity to encourage people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique! Student and staff were involved!

Kindness Cards

All students and staff were given cards to write and give to someone. This was designed for us to recognise those who have treated us with kindness and respect and promote positivity.

Poetry competition

For you chance to win a prize, write a poem presented on A4 paper about the topic of Anti-Bullying to promote awareness . The deadline is Friday 27th November and all entries should go to Mrs Hoyle in K11. Open to all year groups. 1st prize – £20 voucher, 2nd prize £10 and 3rd prize £5.


These were given to all KS3 in form time. If anyone else would like one, please see Mrs Boyle in her office.


There is a page on our school website with some excellent advice and resources


Mrs Boyle has produced a short training Loom to give staff more information, strategies and advice around bullying.

Going forward

If anyone would like to become more involved in Anti-Bullying or has any great ideas to promote respect and combat bullying, please see Mrs Johnson or Mrs Boyle. 


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The Anti-Bullying Alliance is a coalition of organisations and individuals that are united against bullying.





Advice, training, programmes and resources to help with bullying.





Young Minds

Young Minds are leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges.






Advice for dealing with bullying.




Advice and support for young people to tackle bullying.


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