Bullying is persistent verbal or physical aggression that a person feels is physically or emotionally intimidating. Bullying can happen anywhere. It can mean being attacked, mocked, humiliated, threatened, made to feel worthless or hurt in other ways. It can be face to face, by rumour, text or the internet. It is unacceptable and needs to be dealt with quickly.

This year there is National Anti-Bullying Campaign.  Here at Tolworth Girls' School we are also giving anti-bullying a higher profile which includes reporting bullying via an online form.  

This form can be reached by clicking on the link on the right.  When a form is submitted the students' Year Head is notified, who will then contact the student.

The schools Bullying Policy is available using the featured content link on the right of this page.