Support in Schools
booklet, published by the Anti-Bullying Network in November
2005, aims to aid the development of peer support systems
in primary, secondary and special schools. Free copies were
distributed to all schools in Scotland.
into the causes of bullying suggests that peer pressure can
sometimes turn a group of normally decent, caring young people
into a callous mob. But peer pressure does not have to be
negative. Schools across the country are developing peer support
schemes which harness the latent goodwill and social skills
of young people.
38 page guide details: types of peer support; starting points;
choosing a strategy, and has case studies, references and
resources. Single copies of this publication cost £5.
To order, and for more information about bulk discounts, phone
0131 651 6103 or go here.
January 2003, we have had one million visitors. We welcomed
our one millionth visitor on February 25th, 2006. There was
four times the normal traffic in late November 2005 - which
was Anti-Bullying Week in England.
on the ABN Website
downloadable presentation about young people and cyber bullying,
by M L Morris of Childnet international. View
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