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Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying resources are now in the cyberbullying section in esafety:

Lesson Resources

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Key Stages 2-4

There are several activities that can be used with pupils in key stages 2-4 to explore various aspects of conflict resolution.

 

Strategies and interventions that young people can use if they witness a bullying situation: Primary

Intended learning outcomes:

  • An increased knowledge of the role of bystanders in bullying situations
  • An understanding of techniques to enable young people to safely intervene in a bullying situation
  • An increased awareness of sources of support available to young people who witness bullying or who are being bullied

Staff Training

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Staff Bullying Presentation

 

Staff Training

Whole School Approaches
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Individual Problem Solving
Essentially, looking for ways to overcome a problem as opposed to dwelling on the problem itself.

 

Group Problem Solving
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Circle of Friends
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Whole School Approaches

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Peer Support in the Secondary School

Peer Mentoring, Peer mediation, Buddies…  these are rapidly becoming the new buzz words in improving school culture and the wellbeing of pupils.  But how viable are these things for the Secondary School?

Text Someone

24/7 text message, phone and email reporting of bullying, theft crime or any unwanted behaviour

Secondary Cross-curricular Approach to Supporting Anti-Bullying Policy

Involved a wide range of subjects in supporting key messages about anti-bullying ensures that the potency and rigour of the school's policy is communicated to pupils.

Useful Web Links

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Actionwork

Actionwork organises anti-bullying tours and events all over the UK including the Annual National anti Bullying Roadshow and anti-bullying creative sessions throughout the UK

Anti-Bullying Network

The new Network will have the following objectives: to support anti-bullying work in schools; to operate a website providing information about bullying and how it can be tackled; to research and develop effective strategies to address the verbal, psychological and physical harassment and violence called bullying; to promote research into bullying and support work seeking to reduce bullying; and to operate an anti-bullying service which will include the provision of training, publications and consultancy services.

 

Anti-Bullying Alliance

The Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) was founded by NSPCC and National Children's Bureau in 2002. The Alliance brings together 65 organisations into one network with the aim of reducing bullying and creating safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.

 

Beatbullying

Beatbullying is the UK first children's charity to devise anti-bullying strategies for young people by young people. They strongly believe that young people have the ability to shape society - a society in which bullying is unacceptable.

 

BullyingUK

Bullying UK is the new name for the award-winning charity Bullying Online which was founded in 1999 by journalist Liz Carnell from Harrogate and her son John, as a direct result of their experience of dealing with school bullying, which included taking successful legal action against an education authority.

Bullying.org

 

Bullying resource guide

 

Recommended by young people for young people

 

CoastKid

Coastkid is an interactive website which has been developed specially for the Brighton and Hove Anti-Bullying Project by Dr Chris Gaine and his team at University College, Chichester. Dr Gaine also developed the award-winning Britkid anti-racist website. Coastkid has been designed and written to engage children and young people while demonstrating what bullying is and what to do about it.

HGfL eSafety

Children and young people are keen adopters of new technologies such as email, instant messaging, chat rooms and text messaging, but this can also leave them open to the threat of online bullying. An awareness of general internet safety practices can help to reduce the risk of online bullying and ensure that children remain safe.

Kidscape

Kidscape is committed to keeping children safe from abuse. Kidscape is the first charity in the UK established specifically to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse. Kidscape believes that protecting children from harm is key.