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Anti-Bullying InfoLine, 0131 651 6100

Something Fischy going on!

Stephen Fishbacher uses his music and concerts to develop themes around anti-bullying, building self-esteem and friendship. He performs with a full band for both schools, and the public. Fischy concerts are interspersed with drama, mime, and video material. He encourages his audiences to join in wherever possible, in line with The new Fischy album!the Fischy Music ethos.

His latest album, is called ‘Build Up’.

For further information contact:
Fischy Music
PO Box 28614
Edinburgh, EH2 4AZ
Tel: 0131 225 3344
fischymusic@hotmail.com
www.fischy.com

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Children in Scotland - upcoming events

Anti-Bullying Practice
This one day workshop aims to explore the issue of bullying and the action we can take to prevent and manage it. The workshop will look at all aspects involved in the development of anti-bullying policies and practices.
Locations
Glasgow - 26 February 2003
Edinburgh - 3 April 2003
Dundee - 11 June 2003

Developing Whole School Anti-Bullying Policy and Practice
Research into bullying shows time and again that for anti-bullying work to be effective in schools it must be grounded in a whole school approach. This workshop looks at the processes and issues involved in the development of whole school policies.
Locations
Glasgow - 30 April 2003
Edinburgh - 20 May 2003

 

 
ParentLine Scotland
Around 8% of the calls to ParentLineParentLine Scotland are about bullying, but the helpline has trained volunteers who are happy to talk over any concerns great or small. Many of the calls to the ABN's InfoLine (Tel 0131 651 6100) come from parents. Some of those parents have been referred to us by ParentLine Scotland, which is a free, confidential telephone helpline, provided by 'Children 1st', for parents and carers of children in Scotland. ParentLine Helpline - 0800 800 2222.
Surf the Net

Institute of Race Relations
Includes the 'Schools Against Deportations' multimedia web resource which features schools' experiences successfully fighting pupils' deportation, and pupils' experiences as asylum seekers. Also features information on the 'Homebeats CD-Rom' - a multimedia journey of the making of modern Britain. Soundtrack by the Asian Dub Foundation.

Black and Asian History Map

A gateway to websites about black and Asian history across the British Isles.

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The national advice service for special educational needs in Scotland.

 

 
 
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