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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.

 


Students at Whalsay School, Shetland, create an anti-bullying scenario. Whalsay serves both primary and S1-S4 secondary pupils.

 

Surfboard

Scotland Scotland

Kiddies Ville FC - for children, with bright graphics and obvious navigation links. See InfoScotland for more information about Scottish websites on healthier / natural / one / safer / safer / and smarter Scotland.
| Visit the website |

The Trojan Project - young people in Scotland (many not in mainstream education) give their views on school-related topics. There are excellent notes for facilitators.
| Visit the website |

England England

Anti-Bullying Alliance - this DfES funded alliance has resources (e.g. for Anti-Bullying Week) which can be adapted for use in Scottish schools.
| Visit the website |

Behaviour and Attendance Pilot - DfES resource for primary age groups about social and emotional aspects of learning with detailed plans about 'Saying No To Bullying'.
| Visit the website |

UK Wide UK Wide

Action Work - for a variety of multimedia arts programmes, courses, activities with young people and adults, about bullying.
| Visit the website |

Dignity at Work - a programme to tackle bullying at work
| Visit the website |

Runaway Helpline - the site promotes their 24 hour helpline for children and young people on 0808 800 70 70
| Visit the website |

Stop Text Bully - advice from NCH (children's charity) and Tesco Mobile.
| Visit the website |

BBC's Onion Street - for young people aged 11-16 providing advice and support on a range of issues from school work to bullying and art and music and lifestyle.
| Visit the website |

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Diana Memorial AwardThe Diana Memorial Award for Young People - AntiBullying Award

Scottish schools are entitled to apply for this UK award, open to all young people up to the age of 18 from primary and secondary schools, and from colleges. Up to 6 individuals, or a group of up to 30 can be nominated. Dunblane, Knightswood, St Charles and Bruntsfield Primary Schools all achieved the award in autumn 2005. The next deadline date is 23 June, 2006. Read more information about the award here.