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ISBN: 9781855034099

Helping Children Deal with Bullying

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Bullying is an issue that all schools need to address to develop a safe-school ethos. Research has shown that an effective and organised approach can dramatically reduce both the frequency and impact of bullying.

In this book, the authors show you how to create an effective anti-bullying policy for a primary school based on a five-strand approach. This whole-school approach guides you through the essential systems that you need to have in place to make sure that your school is tackling bullying. It is these systems that will enable children to grow in confidence and develop a clearer understanding of their behaviour and its impact on others.

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