All members of our school community are valued and have a right to learn and work in an environment which is safe, inclusive, conducive to learning and free from harassment, violence and bullying.  Everyone has the right to come to school feeling happy, secure, comfortable and respected.  Harassment is wrong, and must not be allowed to continue.  Harassment in any form is not acceptable at SEHS and will be dealt with seriously and expediently.



Bullying is verbal, physical or social behaviour that is harmful and involves the misuse of power by an individual or group towards one or more persons, repeated over time.

  • Cyber bullying refers to bullying through information and communication technologies.
  • Once off conflicts, fights and single incidents are not regarded as bullying.
  • Bullying of any form or for any reason can have long term effects on those involved, including bystanders.



If you are bullied or if you know someone who is being bullied, in or out of school, please report it to a member of staff, trusted adult, a peer leader or a friend.

Report bullying to a trusted adult, as soon as it occurs. Do not ignore it. When bullying is ignored, it may get worse.

At SEHS, we are committed to reducing the incidents of bullying and harassment and will follow the procedures outlined in the flow chart.

At SEHS, we employ a range of prevention, intervention and post-intervention strategies to support all students affected by bullying & harassment and to reduce the incidents of bullying & harassment in our school community.


Salisbury East High School is a safe, supportive and respectful teaching and learning community that actively promotes Student Wellbeing. Bullying, including cyber-bullying, harassment and violence, is not acceptable in this school community and will be dealt with seriously and expediently.