Posts tagged Anti-Bullying
Nothing About Me Without Me: A Disability Equality Education Teaching and Learning Resource for PSHE Education

A guide produced by Carousel, an award-winning charity which specialises in supporting people with learning disabilities to develop their creative skills, for use in PSHE lessons. The innovative resource is designed to help narrow the attainment gap of students with disabilities as well as to tackle disability-focussed bullying and harassment in schools.

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"Managing bereavement in the workplace: a good practice guide"

ACAS have produced a comprehensive guide for HR professionals, SME employers and senior management on how to adopt a whole-organisational approach to supporting team members who are experiencing bereavement.

The guide includes sections on:

  • What the law says about supporting staff experiencing bereavement

  • Managing bereavement and returning to work

  • Avoiding discrimination and addressing bullying

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"Addressing Inclusion: Effectively Challenging Racism in Schools" Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights and respectme Toolkit

A toolkit produced by the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER) and respect me, Scotland’s national anti-bullying service for teachers to use to address racism and xenophobia effectively in their schools.

It includes advice on addressing negative language and messaging, information on creating inclusive learning environments and suggestions on how to promote race equality through the curriculum.

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Leeds City Council Gender Identity Guidance for Schools and Children and Families Services

A comprehensive, useful guide designed by Leeds City Council for organisations working with children and young people who are trans, gender-diverse or gender questioning and their families to ensure that policies and procedures comply with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 and best practice. Advice is provided on areas such as language use, dealing with transphobic bullying and hate incidents and exploring issues of gender identity in the National Curriculum.

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Childline Emotional Wellbeing and Online Safety Resources for U12s

A new website from Childline which provides children aged 12 and under with an online space to talk about their emotional wellbeing and raise any concerns about online safety. It includes creative activities, mood trackers, information on bullying and emotional abuse and provides access to an online counsellor.

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Omnibus Survey of pupils and their parents/carers 2018

his report draws together the findings from the fourth wave (wave 4) of the omnibus survey of school pupils and their parents/ carers in England, which was conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Department for Education (DfE).

Topics covered include:

  • Involvement in extra-curricular and musical activities, experience of breakfast clubs, and opinions towards flexible working for teachers

  • Exploring opinions towards citizenship and knowledge of politics

  • Decision-making regarding GCSEs and information received on apprenticeships and vocational qualifications

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Bullying and mental health: guidance for teachers and other professionals. SEN and disability: developing effective anti-bullying practice

This guidance gives a unique insight and is intended to help teachers and other professionals understand the issues around bullying and mental health for children and young people.

It is written to apply to schools but could also apply to other settings for children and young people. It draws on evidence from both the research literature and evidence derived from consultation with children and young people who have mental health issues and experiences of bullying. It outlines the specific issues that schools, teachers and other professionals should be aware of where mental health and bullying are concerned and also outlines actions that teachers and other professionals should take to prevent and respond to bullying of children and young people with mental health issues.

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Valuing All God's Children: Guidance for Church of England Schools on challenging homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying

This updated version of Valuing all God’s Children seeks to offer further guidance and support, and places it within this vision. All bullying, including homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying causes profound damage, leading to higher levels of mental health disorders, self-harm, depression and suicide.

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