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Safe to Tell
Producing an Effective Anti-Bullying Policy in Schools


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Anti-Bullying Strategies

January 2000 | 62 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Schools have a duty to care for pupils and that duty includes the responsibility to reduce the frequency of bullying and to respond appropriately with a safe intervention when it has happened.

Occasionally, a pupil or ex-pupil might, looking back on a time of unhappiness and school failure, choose to prosecute the school or the LEA for failing to deal effectively with bullying.

Recognizing this responsibility, Bristol City Council has commissioned a programme to support schools in drawing up and implementing a safe policy. This video and accompanying booklet comprehensively illustrate the necessary elements of the policy and include views on racist and homophobic bullying, record-keeping and an expert opinion on litigation.

 
Objectives
 
Aspects of Law
 
DfEE Guidance
 
Writing Your Anti-bullying Policy
 
Keeping up to Date - The Anti-Bullying Network
 
Involving Young People
Transfer at Eleven

 
C.H.I.P.S.

 
 
Homophobic and Racist Bullying - Contributions From:
S.A.R.I

 
Lesbian and Children Network

 
Freedom