Advice for schools on bullying

Bullying UK is used as a teaching resource in schools and youth organisations. This section has lots of information for head teachers, teachers, school ancillary workers and youth organisations. The National Curriculum covers bullying and relationships and we know that Bullying UK is widely used in schools by pupils for project work and by staff preparing lesson plans. But bullying isn't confined to schools and our emails also reflect the fact that the problem affects college and university students as well as youth clubs, sports clubs and other young peoples' organisations. 

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Carrying out projects in class, or as a school, makes sense if you are trying to find out whether bullying is a problem in your school, or whether you...
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