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Students’ well-being is at the heart of the educational project of IFS.
In 2017 and following on the intervention of Mr. Jean-François Bellon on the issue of school bullying in France, our school created a cell to fight this phenomenon. This cell is composed of adults trained in anti-bullying method “shared-concern” and has been successful in stopping bullying in our school.
Awareness campaigns are regularly conducted in our school as an opportunity to remind students of the importance of reporting cases of bullying. Once a case of bullying is reported, the cell intervenes to help the well-being of students who are targets or witnesses of this phenomenon. Click here to see the poster from this year’s anti-bullying campaign.
In 2020-21, 16 cases of bullying were handled by our anti-bullying cell, and in all 16 cases, the bullying stopped.
For more information, please contact: [email protected]
If your child is a target or witness to bullying, what should you do?
If your child reports bullying to you, please contact: [email protected]
The two coordinators, Jérôme Cheze for the elementary school and Mylène Locatelli for the secondary school, will respond to you. If they determine that the situation described is indeed bullying, then the cell will be able to act to try to put an end to it.
Bullying is everyone’s business; let’s learn to recognize it and flag it.
For more information, visit:
– Official website “No to bullying” (French Ministry of Education)
– Website of the shared concern method (Jean-Pierre Bellon)