San Roberto International School, through the ISR & Parents in Action Preventing Bullying Committee aims to implement a comprehensive work (parents and school) for the prevention and promotion of a school environment free of bullying.

To know and to follow up any situation, this space was designed for the SAFE ANONYMOUS REPORTING that allows you to express with respect and responsibility, what happens, both victims and disengaged onlookers, ensuring the confidentiality and privacy of information.

A healthy living environment involves becoming agents of change with concrete actions to prevent, recognize and report.

At ISR we understand by Bullying:
“Bullying is when someone repeatedly and on purpose says or does mean or hurtful things to another person who has a hard time defending himself or herself.”

Bullying can be direct: hitting, taunting, name calling. Or indirect: rumors, exclusion, cyber bullying.

We do not call it Bullying when the teasing is done in a friendly and playful way. Also, it is not bullying when two students about equal strength or power argue or fight.

Aimed at ...
The entire community of San Roberto Institute (San Agustin Campus and Valle Alto Campus):

· Students,
· Teachers,
· Parents and
· ISR Administrators

In which campus does this situation happen? *
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Are you boy or girl? *
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In this bullying situation, what role do you have? *
The person you want to speak about is: *
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Specific grade or division: preschool, elementary, middle school
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What kind of bullying is happening? *
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In what places does this happen? *
For example: in the classroom, during recess, at the extracurricular activities, outside school, etc)
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Explain the situation and what concerns you *
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