All together now: a whole-school approach to anti-bullying practice

Secondary

This report provides detailed evidence, case studies and guidance on anti-bullying and how schools in Northern Ireland can adopt a whole-school approach to anti-bullying policy.

This ABC Project report provides detailed analysis of anti-bullying policy and how this can be put into practice in schools. The evidence gathered, including from case study schools, and the practical guidance given in the report offers schools advice on how to implement an anti-bullying strategy across the whole-school community. 

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • All school staff and governors

Curriculum links

Northern Ireland – Learning for Life and Work

Diversity & Inclusion

KS3 pupils should have opportunity to:

· Investigate factors that influence individual and group identity

· Investigate how and why conflict, including prejudice, stereotyping, sectarianism and racism may arise in the community

Relationships

KS3 pupils should have opportunity to:

· Develop strategies to avoid and resolve conflict

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