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What to do approximately bullying in colleges is an ever-expanding box, requiring consistent tracking as new principles seem and new assets develop into on hand. With the ebook of this moment version of cease the Bullying i've been capable of take contemporary developmentsinto account in revising a number of the contents of the sooner variation and including extra fabric of a pragmatic nature. the difficulty of even if faculties in  Read more...

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By Ken Rigby

What to do approximately bullying in colleges is an ever-expanding box, requiring consistent tracking as new principles seem and new assets develop into on hand. With the ebook of this moment version of cease the Bullying i've been capable of take contemporary developmentsinto account in revising a number of the contents of the sooner variation and including extra fabric of a pragmatic nature. the difficulty of even if faculties in  Read more...

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Handled incidents of bullying 9. Empowered children to take part in action to counter bullying 10. Held constructive meetings with parents on issues of bullying 11. Gauged the overall response of the school or centre to bullying 12. Made plans to review the anti-bullying work Readers are permitted to photocopy this blackline master in conjunction with Stop the Bullying: A handbook for schools. 45 Stop the Bullying: A handbook for schools NOTES SECTION 1 THE PURPOSE OF THE HANDBOOK 1. An examination of the legal responsibilities of schools in relation to bullying has been provided in an article by Slee and Ford (1999), ‘Bullying is a serious issue – It is a crime’, in the Australia and New Zealand Journal of Law and Education.

But in all years of schooling, many students are keen to talk about it and comparatively few are against doing so. Students nearly always dislike and despise bullies and can, with your help, assist greatly in developing and implementing school policy. Formulating goals for the meeting(s) In planning how to talk to students about bullying, it is best to be clear about what you want to achieve with the group. For example: ◆ recognise what bullying is; ◆ experience feelings of concern and empathy for victims; ◆ make constructive suggestions about what can be done to stop bullying; ◆ undertake to act in ways to discourage bullying.

2. Find out what is happening between members of the school community that is relevant to bullying. You need to understand the nature and scope of the problem before it can be effectively addressed. 3. Develop an appropriate and well-supported anti-bullying policy. This should be based upon the school’s understanding of bullying and especially what has been discovered about bullying at your school. It should provide a guide as to what is to be done. 4. Establish
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