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Anti-Bullying Network Annual Conference

Lauder College, Dunfermline, 14th March 2002

The Network's annual conference will be held in Lauder College, Dunfermline on 14th March 2002. In the morning there will be discussions, presentations and workshops. The afternooon will be entirely given over to George Robinson of the Lucky Duck Publishing Company who will lead a two hour interactive plenary session on the topic: "Bullying - Punishment Doesn't Work". George was a very big hit at our conference last year. He will develop some of the themes that he introduced there. The conference fee will be £100 and early booking is advised. Further details of the conference programme will be available soon.

Lauder College
Lucky Duck Publishing

Anti-Bullying Network and Scottish Schools Ethos Network
Event for Young People, January 2002, Dunblane
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Conference Publications

Use Your Voice: newsletter featuring Pupil Action Against Bullying A short illustrated reportfrom the National Anti Bullying Conference for Secondary School Pupils 2001, held at the West Park Conference Centre, Dundee. This report has been sent to all Scottish schools. It can also be downloaded by following this link here.

Case-study: anti-bullying at Anytown Academy (an appendix to the National Anti-Bullying Conference Report report) is available to download here.


Racial Equality Resources
Over the years in Scotland, many authorities and individual schools have produced good policies and initiated a range of strategies to promote racial equality and challenging racism

Edinburgh Community Safety Partnership (1999) Aisha Teaching Support Pack - practical ideas for schools and youth groups wanting to place anti-racism on their education agenda. Copies can be obtained from Laura Mitchell, Principal Equalities Officer, City of Edinburgh Education Department. Tel: 0131 469 3058

Education Service for Travelling Children, West Midlands Somebody told me... This pack can be borrowed from the Scottish Traveller Education Programme - contact 0131 651 6371

C Ross, and A Ryan, (1990) 'Can I stay in today Miss': Improving the School Playground - Ideas and issues developed from work with Islington chools, Trentham Books.


Concord Video and Film Council. A Class Divided. The blue eyes/brown eyes experiment: can be used as a staff development aid or with pupils P7 upwards.

Leeds Racial Harassment Projec.t A World of Difference. Aimed at primary school pupils