Bullying Prevention: Cultivating friendship and inclusion in school

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We are sharing some topics from our online teacher summer courses with you. What topic could be more important to start with than Bullying Prevention. 

The ISPCC have kindly given us permission to share their Self-evaluation Tool for Schools with you. This toolkit enables schools to critically reflect on current bullying prevention practice. The tool is most useful when there is an atmosphere of trust and all parties feel safe to share their responses. Our Bullying Prevention Summer course participants who have accessed the toolkit have agreed that it is a fantastic resource to inform policy reviews and to facilitate reflective practice. 

You might also be interested in the ISPCC’s Shield Anti-Bullying Flag – “When a school, club or group completes this anti-bullying review, they can strive towards achieving the ISPCC’s Shield Anti-Bullying Flag. Achieving the flag demonstrates that the group is pro-active in addressing, responding to and tackling bullying”

Thanks again to the ISPCC.


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