SHS stamp out bullying

The whole of Stourport High School embraced the Anti-Bullying campaign “Make some noise”.

All students, staff, members of the local community pledged to stamp out bullying with “foot selfies”.  Each year group also took part in a conga around the school spreading anti-bullying messages as they went.  Each tutor group designed an anti-bullying slogan and the winning slogan will make up part of our community pledge which is to stamp out bullying.


As part of National Personal Safety Day, the Community Ambassadors delivered assemblies to all year groups on personal safety.

The Community Ambassadors are now busy designing a mobile phone app as part of the Police and Crime Commisioner’s “Stay Safe, Be Aware” competition. Good luck!

School Safety Day!

Stourport High School have a School Safety Day planned on 8th June and the Community Ambassadors have been asked to assist.

Activities for the day include sessions by RNLI on drugs and alcohol near water and general water safety especially with the warmer weather and school holidays not far away.

The police mobile police station will also be at the school with PCSOs and Safer Wyre Forest on hand to offer crime prevention advice and property mark student’s bikes.

The Community Ambassadors are also involved in co-ordinating questions for a web chat being set up with Inspector Edd Williams, Safer Neighbourhood Inspector based at Kidderminster Police Station.