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Both research and anecdotal evidence tell us that bullying affects the lives of many of our children and young people. Working together in partnership to reduce bullying in our schools and communities is crucial. The difference it could make to just one child or young person's life is a difference worth making.
Preventing Bullying: Creating Non-Aggressive School Cultures is a practical and comprehensive resource for teachers, parents/carers and other professionals involved in managing the effects of bullying. With sample policies, top tips, information for parents and students, case studies, and additional resources, Preventing Bullying: Creating Non-Aggressive School Cultures will provide your school with the information and resources it needs to successfully combat bullying.
All printable resources, information pages and a staff training PowerPoint are presented on a CD- ROM and there is also an audio recording of ten diary entries to illustrate a wide range of different types of bullying.
Session 1: Fat Girl Bullying due to appearance
Session 2: A Race Issue Racial bullying
Session 3: Gay Boy Homophobic bullying
Session 4: Special Needs Bullying due to special needs or disability
Session 5: A Traveller's Tale Bullying due to race/difference or appearance
Session 6: Religious Matters Bullying due to religion or culture
Session 7: Sexual Bullying of a sexual nature
Session 8: Facial Features Bullying due to facial disfigurement
Session 9: Poverty Counts Bullying due to poverty or social exclusion
Session 10: Wellbeing Issues Bullying due to self-harm or mental health issues
Each session includes an introduction, icebreaker activity, diary entry, questions for discussion, skills practice and plenary.
Appendices and Further Resources: This section includes a selection of further information and resources designed to save the staff in your school time.
Appendix 1: Sample Anti-Bullying Policy
Appendix 2: Information Page for Parents/Carers
Appendix 3: Information Page for Students
Appendix 4: Ten Top Tips for Students
Appendix 5: Case Studies
Appendix 6: Useful Resources and Support Agencies
ISBN: 9781906517267 ISBN-10: 1906517266 Audience:
For Ages: 7 - 8 years old For Grades: 2 - 3 Format:
Ring Bound or Spiral Bound Book
Number Of Pages: 200 Published: 1st January 1999 Country of Publication: GB Dimensions (cm): 31.2 x 27.1
Weight (kg): 1.37
Edition Number: 1