Series: Tackling Bullying Big Time Series
This programme explains to students what bullying is and the many different forms it can take and provides students with a range of coping mechanisms and strategies.
Bullying is complex, insidious and covert behaviour that is difficult for any child to deal with in isolation. Our drive and instinct as parents is to protect and support our child and equip them with skills to handle what life presents. The key to tackling school bullying is to create a partnership between teachers, parents, students and the broader community. This programme will support parents who want to work in partnership with their child's school to bring about a suitable outcome for children involved in bullying. By doing this, parents will become their child's best advocate rather than a source that inflames the bullying. Show Less
This programme discusses the issue of classroom bullying behaviours and offers thought-provoking management solutions for teachers who need to address this type of behaviour.
Bullying is an age-old problem that has been addressed in various ways over the years. This programme considers non-punitive approaches. It is divided into four main sections: - No Blame Approach - Shared Concern Method - Restorative Justice - Parents Tackling Bullying. Behaviours will stimulate discussion as to how your school is currently addressing bullying issues. Show Less