Being bullied is an experience common to many children. It takes many forms and can have many effects. These pages are designed to help staff in schools recognise bullying, take preventative action, and support the pupils involved.
Children and parents who are worried about bullying in school should talk to a member of staff. Children can also contact Childline, telephone 0800 11 11 and parents can contact Parentline Plus, telephone 0808 800 2222.
If are concerned about a particular child or group of children please contact your local EID District Office to discuss your concerns with a member of staff.
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The DfE published two report in summer 2011. These give a wealth of detail about strategies for m...
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The 'Beatbullying' organisation has published a large-scale, in-depth study of cyberbullying amon...
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