Anti-bullying practices analysed in new report

A new research report on anti-bullying tactics employed by schools been published by the Department for Education. It looks at those approaches that have been found to be effective, including approaches to tackling bullying in general and more specific types of bullying such as racial bullying, special educational needs and disability bullying, and LGBT bullying.

The report, Approaches to preventing and tackling bullying, includes seven detailed case studies and looks at the common themes found across schools. The report can help schools and other stakeholders who are looking to improve their anti-bullying practices.


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