Stop The Bully


Temple Moor High School takes bullying very seriously and understands the effects that bullying can have on an individual’s education, self-esteem and confidence. This is why we work together to create awareness on how to prevent bullying and encourage students to speak out.

Not only do we work together to build resilience and self-confidence with the victim of bullying. We teach tolerance, kindness and acceptance and encourage students to speak out about their thoughts, fears and insecurities so that they do not turn to bullying.

Temple Moor is a very diverse school and we want to embrace differences and strive to make sure all students enjoy their time at Temple Moor and leave us as considerate, well-qualified, confident young people.



Tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying: Improving preventative practices and support for LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) pupils.

As part anti bullying week in November 2017, the Department for Education used some of the work that we do in Temple Moor High School to form a case study to exemplify good practice. This case study was published by the Department during that week.

LGBT Case Study