by Mount Aspiring College


We've published a new information sheet about bullying and how we handle bullying behaviour at our school.

We know from research that a coordinated and collaborative approach is the best way to respond to bullying. When the school community, students, staff and whānau work together to address bullying, we are more likely to see positive change in behaviour. You can visit our website to read our new information sheet about bullying and learn more about the signs to watch out for that may indicate your child is being bullied, and how we deal with bullying at our school. You can also find a range of other information sheets about topics such as risk-taking behaviour, vaping, and online safety at the 'Resources for parents' section of our website.