This resource offers tried-and-tested strategies based on the author's school-based research and regular work in schools training staff who deal with incidents of bullying.
Chapter 5: What Might Be Put in Place
What Might Be Put in Place
This chapter informs the reader on a variety of approaches that will be needed to underpin the policy. It looks at what can be achieved through the curriculum, gathering data and supporting and enhancing the skills of mealtime-assistants. It also considers how identified bullying can be dealt with in line with school policy and the values that it embraces.
There are a range of preventative anti-bullying strategies available to schools covered in this chapter and they take two forms. First, there are those which raise awareness and provide arenas in which pupils and staff can begin to understand bullying in all its complexities. Their impact is impossible to measure, but they say a great deal ...