This is a consideration of the progress being made towards changing attitudes to bullying in 25 secondary schools. It begins with a discussion of the situation in the late 1990s, and looks at the way in which policies have been developed to make school life more enjoyable for all pupils. It recognizes that families and the community at large are also involved, and considers how schools can integrate their anti-bullying work with social activities, and the subject curriculum. The book aims to show a way forward for those schools and parents who are seeking to bring about change. The book is directed at those responsible for policy development in schools and colleges. It relies heavily on case study material, should attract school governors and parents interested in the subject, and should also be of value to those in teacher education.
Series: UK Higher Education OUP Humanities & Social Sciences Education OUP
Number Of Pages: 194
Published: 1st January 1998
Publisher: Open University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.5
Weight (kg): 0.32