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This newsletter was edited by Kate Betney and designed by MALTS.

Anti-Bullying Network, Moray House School of Education, The University of Edinburgh, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh EH8 8AQ. Telephone 0131 651 6103, Fax 0131 651 6088. Email: abn@education.ed.ac.uk

 

Free Resources

Free resources

Just phone Elise on 0131 651 6103 to request free single or multiple copies of:
'Ethos is Here to Stay' - a handbook of printed and electronic resources.
Back numbers of SSEN (Scottish Schools Ethos Network) and ABN Newsletters
SSEN/ABN 'Democracy in Schools' publication
ABN/CERES 'Welcoming Newcomers - Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Scottish Schools'
SSEN Case Studies 36-43 (go here to view these). Includes Case Study 43 about the development of 'restorative practices'. Case Studies 40-43 include reflective learning supplements.
Anti-Bullying Posters for primary schools.

Scottish ExecutiveResources - anti-bullying and related resources sponsored by the Scottish Executive

Better Behaviour Scotland

Visit the Better Behaviour Scotland website for practical insights from schools and local authorities on:

  • Restorative Practices
  • Staged Intervention
  • Framework for Intervention for Pupils with Additional Support Needs.

Better Behaviour ScotlandA new 'Regional Communication Team' of 8 members, led by Maggie Fallon, has been seconded into the Support for Learning Division of the Scottish Executive, with a remit to disseminate and support the development of approaches to promoting positive behaviour throughout Scotland.

Each team member will have a local patch of three to four education authorities. Through the team, schools and education authorities can access training and ongoing support to develop their implementation of Better Behaviour - Better Learning. See 'latest' on the Better Behaviour website for more information.

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Stop Bullying - Got the Idea? Awards 2006

Award ceremony for this SEED competition is to be held in Edinburgh on 26th April, 2006. For more information, contact Tracy O'Hanlon.

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SEED's 'Let's Stop Bullying' Pack'Let's Stop Bullying' Pack

SEED's 'Let's Stop Bullying' Pack includes:

  • Good to know - advice for parents and carers of teenagers about bullying.
  • Confident happy children - advice for parents and carers of primary school children on bullying.
  • Fresh: anti-bullying information leaflet for primary-age children.
  • Fresher: anti-bullying information for young people in secondary school.

View links to this pack in our resources section.

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Tackling Sectarianism

Educational resources available from LT Scotland. Go here...

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Safe and Well

There are many overlaps between anti-bullying and child protection. This useful pack 'Safe and Well: Good practice in schools and education authorities for keeping children safe and well' was published and circulated widely in August 2005. It can be downloaded here...

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LGBT Youth Scotland

Commissioned by SEED, LGBT Youth Scotland undertook research about how to deal with homophobic incidents in schools. They spoke with teachers, headteachers, education authorities and young people. They hope to disseminate the research in spring 2006. Watch their website for more information.