ABQM-UK is a national award that challenges schools and academies to demonstrate their effectiveness in anti-bullying
It endorses the belief that the safety, mental health and wellbeing of everyone are essential elements of learning, development and achievement.
School communities that gain the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards can show that:
Children and young people come to school without the fear of being bullied
Staff members respond to all aspects of bullying behaviour with confidence
Parents are confident that they know who to approach about bullying and that it is dealt with efficiently and effectively.
Bullying is not accepted or tolerated
Congratulations to The Following Schools for Achieving the ABQM-UK Bronze Award in 2020:
Ormiston Sandwell Community Academy, Oldbury,
Swarland Primary School, Northumberland
Sneyd Primary Academy, Stoke-on-Trent
Lea Forest Academy, Birmingham
Holden Lane Primary School, Stoke-on-Trent
What Schools Say About ABQM-UK:
“Anti-Bullying Quality Mark-UK helped us to gain
Outstanding in Behaviour and Safety in our last
Margaret Thomas, Headteacher
Mersey Park Primary School
"It's got to be thorough to be worth doing"
Stuart Mansell, Headteacher
Nene Valley Primary School
"ABQM-UK helped to to turn the school around"
Ross Silcock, Headteacher
Wingfield Primary School
"The Manual and ABQM-UK's support helped us
with our self-evaluation and with planning next steps"
Yasmin Chana, PSHE Coordinator
South Rise Primary School
Congratulations to the Following Schools for Achieving the ABQM-UK Silver Award in the Autumn Term of the 2020-21 Academic Year:
Wingfield Primary School, Kidbrooke, London
Woodlands School, Basildon
Trinity Academy, Newcastle