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Anti-Bullying: A Whole School Approach

by Maggies Stockton

This resource gathers issues together in a coherent framework to provide training for the whole school. Included in this manual will enable schools to create a safe environment for students.

Full Description:   

This resource provides an innovative method for addressing bullying in schools. This resource gathers issues together in a coherent framework who provide training for the whole school. It provides an INSET training program for teachers to put procedures in place which leave no confusion or dilemmas about what action to take when bullying occurs. It also addresses the needs of other adults and the roles they can play in eliminating bullying.

The second part of the pack provides classroom activities and student worksheets to encourage the development of skills and strategies for dealing with difficulties they may personally face or observe. The material and activities developed for this pack have been piloted and developed with children and teachers over a four year period.

This pack provides everything needed for a program which will enable schools to create a safe environment for students.

4 ring bound manual

Introduction

Part 1 -- Adult Programmme

  1. Bullying
    Overview
    Makes You Think
    What is Bullying?

  2. Enabling Teachers
    Guidelines for Dealing with Negative and Devaluing Behaviour
    Working with Bullies and Victims

  3. School Context
    A Safe and Secure Learning Environment
    Confluent Learners
    Self-Esteem
    OFSTED Inspections
    Praise/Incentives/Encouragement
    School Community Involvement

  4. Enabling Pupils
    Personal Development Programme
    Circle Time

  5. Preparing for Day One

  6. Working with a Group

  7. School Community
    Training Programme for Midday Supervisors
    Guidelines for Meeting with Parents
    Governor's Involvement
    Police/School Liaison Input
    Others in the Community

Part 2 -- Pupil Programme

Self-Esteem
Friendship
Assertiveness
Handling Conflict
Sample Infant Sheets

Appendix

Recommended Resources

Sample Activity

ASSERTIVENESS

  1. In pairs discuss what you would do in the following situations:

    a) You buy a packet of biscuits on the way to school. When you open the packet you find that all the biscuits are broken into little pieces.

    What would you do and say if you wish to be assertive?

    b) You have been waiting in a supermarket queue and an adult pushes in front of you.

    What would you do and say if you wish to be assertive?

    c) In the playground one person is always telling others what to do and what games to play. You are going to be assertive and state how you feel.

    What do you do and say?

  2. You may choose to set one of these stories out like a comic strip...

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