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Other useful organisations
The links below will lead you to various external sites giving details of national initiatives connected with anti-bullying
The Safer Schools Partnership arose from an initiative devised by the Youth Justice Board to reduce the high level of crime and anti-social behaviour committed in and around schools in some areas - crime committed by and against children and young people.
The Primary Strategy Behaviour and Attendance strand provides a framework for explicitly promoting social, emotional and behavioural skills, with built-in progression for each year group.
Teachernet Behaviour and Attendance pages provides support to help practitioners develop a consistent approach that is built on best current practice.
The Secondary National Stategies pages on Behaviour, Attendance and SEAL contain a wide range of information and Anti Bullying resurces including Toolkit Unit 4 on Bullying. This toolkit unit is intended to provide behaviour consultants and schools with a comprehensive resource to build on existing good practice and support development activity.
The Improving Health and Well Being Staffordshire Healthy Schools Programme quality assures schools provision for health and well being including anti bullying policy and procedures. It also provides an effective framework for schools to develop specific areas and to show impact through measured outcomes. These fall into four broad themes of Emotional Health and Well Being, Sex and Relationships Education, Substance Misuse and Healthy Weight. Anti Bullying could be a strand within these themes. Further information can be found on the website or by emailing email@example.com
Award winning hip hop stars N-Dubz have joined forces with the organisation Beatbullying to record a song called ' R U Cyber safe' . This song is available along with a ring tone for free download from the CyberMentors web site. This is a social networking peer mentoring site.
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Other Useful Organisations
The following links may prove useful and informative. However please remember if you have and specific concerns and would like advice on how to deal with them please contact your local EI District Office
There are many sites that can provide online resources and assist staff in schools in formulating policies and developing good practice in the area of anti-bullying.
The Staffordshire Anti-Bullying Strategy 2006 - 2008 can be accessed and downloaded by following this link to the Children's Trust website.
Childline 0800 111, the UK's free, 24-hour helpline for children in distress or danger. Trained volunteer counsellors comfort, advise and protect children and young people who may feel they have nowhere else to turn.
Parentline Plus 0800 800 2222 is a U.K. registered charity offering support to anyone parenting a child. Their 'Be someone to tell' resources give advice for parents about bullying.
NSPCC is the UK's leading charity that aims to end cruelty to children, provides advice for young people being bullied.
Young Minds is a charity offering advice to children, parents and staff in school on children and young people's mental health. It produces information leaflets on bullying, self harm and depression, amongst other topics.
Anti-Bullying Alliance was established by NSPCC and NCB to bring many organisations into one network with the aim of reducing bullying and creating safe environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. Contains advice and resources for children and young people, professionals and parents and contact details to access regional co-coordinators. Information on how you can celebrate Anti-Bullying Week is included.
Kidscape is a charity offering resources and workshops for professionals and children and young people and online advice for parents on dealing with bullying.
Bullying U.K. is an award winning website for a charity with information for pupils, including bullies, parents and schools
The Bully Free Zone is an organisation that aims to assist and promote peer support methods of reducing bullying and conflict through offering resources and project case studies as well as advice on dealing with bullying.
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* While the external sites listed on these pages may be of general interest, Staffordshire County Council do not endorse them for use in specific cases.
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