Bullying Essay

13228 WordsNov 27, 201253 Pages
Healthier Living & Learning Anti-Bullying Guidance for Schools This booklet is designed to supplement the National Healthy Schools Programme publication Guidance for Schools on Developing Emotional Health and Wellbeing (007) which stresses the importance of emotional wellbeing in schools. For the purpose of this document we will refer to PSHE. This encompasses the terms Personal, Social, Health Education at key stages 1 and  and Personal, Social, Health and Economic education at key stages 3 and 4.  Healthier Living & Learning Contents Foreword Executive summary Introduction Definition of bullying Bullying – the extent of the problem How bullying affects children and young people Effective approaches to bullying Preventing bullying and managing bullying incidents Meeting the NHSP criteria relating to bullying Links with the other core themes of the NHSP Links with Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) The Ofsted Self Evaluation Form (SEF) Evidence References Websites and Resources Pg4 Pg6 Pg8 Pg10 Pg11 Pg1 Pg14 Pg18 Pg3 Pg34 Pg36 Pg37 Pg38 Pg44 Pg45 3 Foreword By Professor Sir Al Aynsley-Green, Children’s Commissioner for England “Since becoming Children’s Commissioner for England, bullying has been one of my main concerns. Why? Quite simply, because it is one of the problems that children themselves most often raise. Some do this because they are victimised. Many more do it out of compassion for their victimised friends and peers, and a clear sense of right and wrong. Children and young people are asking adults to take bullying seriously, and they want to work alongside us to tackle it. 4 “Thankfully, this joint work against bullying is happening in schools across the country. No one can doubt that compared to even ten years ago, schools are showing a greater determination to reduce bullying. But are schools actually

More about Bullying Essay

Open Document