'No place for bullying' - Ofsted report June 2012
A large part of the survey focused on pupils' own experiences and understanding of bullying and its effects. Inspectors considered how well pupils understood the school's expectations of their behaviour. They talked with pupils about what they thought they should do if they were bullied in school, whether they had been bullied while at their current school, and how well they thought the school dealt with bullying. Inspectors also explored pupils' understanding of discriminatory and derogatory language.
The report and a summary of the main findings can be accessed via the Ofsted website page 'No place for bullying'
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