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Bullying

Help and advice on tackling prejudice-based bullying in schools.

How can schools use data to prevent and tackle bullying?

What data should you collect and how can you use the results to spot patterns and change bullying behaviours? The video looks at:

  • why gather and analyse data?
  • how is bullying reported?
  • getting a deeper understanding
  • supporting your school's values and teaching
  • advice from other teachers

Find out more on our advice and guidance page.

Using data to tackle bullying
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How can we stop prejudice-based bullying in schools?

Find out more about prejudice-based bullying:

  • what is prejudice-based bullying?
  • tips for tackling prejudice-based bullying in schools
  • what to do when prejudice-based bullying happens
Prejudice-based bullying
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The power of data to change school cultures

'Worryingly, the effects of bullying can continue long into adulthood, hugely impacting on people’s mental and physical health and overall wellbeing. One of the key aspects of preventing bullying and minimising these negative impacts is to have a good understanding of who is being bullied.'

Elizabeth Bowles, our education lead, argues that collecting data on bullying is essential to tackling it. 

 

Read Elizabeth's blog for the Anti-Bullying Alliance

Last updated: 26 Jul 2018