Anti-bullying policy guidance for schools

Guidance for writing or reviewing a school anti-bullying policy to ensure it is robust, consistent and safe for children and young people.

Policy Into Practice

Comprehensive guidance to help schools write or review an anti-bullying policy to ensure that all children and young people feel safe and secure in the school environment.

This three-stage approach is supported by checklists, a self-evaluation tool and sample questionnaires for school staff, children and young people and parents and carers.

 

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • School staff, and can be adapted for review by parent councils

 

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