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It’s Anti-Bullying Week next week (12th-16th November). Are you supporting it?
Organised by Anti-Bullying Alliance, this year’s theme for the annual awareness week is ‘Choose Respect’.
To support the event, on the first day of Anti-Bullying Week, everyone is encouraged to wear odd socks. On the 15th November, the first ever ‘Stop Speak Support’ cyberbullying day will also be held.
The aim of the week is to support schools and other settings to help children and young people, school staff, parents and other professionals who work with children.
To support primary and secondary schools during Anti-Bullying Week, a range of lesson and assembly plans, cross curricular ideas, films to show and other resources have been developed and they can accessed for free here.
According to the Childline 2016-17 annual review, bullying is in the top three concerns young people were counselled about when contacting Childline; it accounted for 9% of all counselling sessions – 24,571 of them. In fact, pupils aged 11 and under say bullying is their major concern.
It’s not just physical bullying either; it’s cyber bullying too. According to the national bullying survey, 56% of young people said they have seen others be bullied online and 42% have felt unsafe online.
If you’re concerned that pupils you work with may be being bullied, then we’ve put together advice on how to manage bullying in a school environment.
Remember that keeping your cool in the classroom is key in managing behaviour as a whole. An unruly class is more likely to have the opportunity to engage in bullying. One of PK’s guest bloggers, Naomi Lowe offers her advice on managing classroom behaviour here.
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