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Anti-bullying week 2018

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'Respecting others' is a series of anti-bullying materials that provide guidance and practical solutions on preventing and responding to incidents of bullying in schools.
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Anti-bullying week will be held from 12 to 16 November 2018.

‘Bullying is Everyone’s Business’

Every learner in every school has the right to learn, free from the fear of bullying, whatever form that bullying may take. Everyone involved in a learner’s education should work together to ensure that learners are free from bullying and schools take an active approach to tackle all forms of bullying, preventing bullying behaviour, as well as responding to incidents. For learners to fully benefit from their school experience, they must feel safe and properly supported.

This is why during Anti-Bullying Week, as well as throughout the year, we continue to raise awareness of anti-bullying with our ‘Bullying is Everyone’s Business’ campaign.  It is critical that everyone is empowered to address bullying.

Get involved

You can find further information on Hwb.

Meic: Anti-Bullying Week 2018

Information to follow.

Online Bullying Playlists

Created as part of our online safety programme. Five recently published Playlists on the issue of online bullying for primary and secondary learners, parents and carers, education practitioners and governors.

Online bullying (Primary) (external link)
Online bullying (Secondary) (external link)
Online bullying (Parents and carers) (external link)
Online bullying (Education practitioners) (external link)
Online bullying (Governors) (external link)

Sam’s Story

Created by the Children’s Commissioner. Resources for primary and secondary learners with lesson plans about preventing and tackling bullying in schools.

Sam's Story Primary Anti-bullying Resource (external link)
Sam’s Story Secondary Anti-bullying Resource (external link)

Further Resources and Information

Here are some other useful resources/information that you may find useful to help tackle bullying.

Our anti-bullying leaflet ‘Are you being bullied?’, available in this section, gives advice to children and young people on what they should do if they are being bullied.

Our anti-bullying leaflet ‘Is your child being bullied?’ gives advice to parents on what they should do if their child is being bullied.

Meic (external link) is a free confidential helpline for children and young people in Wales open 8am to midnight 7 days a week.