At Covenant we are a community that represents the body of Christ, where every person is valued and has a unique part to play. God intends for us to live together in a way that acknowledges our differences and accepts others, because we are all made in his image.

From him the whole body, joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in love, as each part does its work.
Ephesians 4:16

Our school seeks to build a safe and caring learning environment where all students feel valued and supported. This culture of compassion and respect flows from the love that Christ has modelled to us. Bullying is serious and we do not tolerate, condone or trivialise bullying in any form. As part of our commitment to this, we encourage every student to be an 'upstander'.

3 ways to be an upstander

If a friend is being bullied, there are three ways to be an upstander:

  1. Tell the bully - No, we don't do that.
  2. Tell your friend - I'm here for you.
  3. Tell a trusted adult what is going on.

Our Student Leadership Council are passionate about building stronger connections amongst our school community and so have created the wonderful video about being an upstander.

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