Bullying ignored

26th July 1996 at 01:00
Peter Kandela (TES, July 12) is right to question the commitment of some schools to the reduction of bullying. In a recent videotape produced by this unit, Bullying: the children speak, a number of contributors criticised their teachers for their indifference to the problem and, in some cases, their antagonism to the children who brought it to their attention.

PETER COLTMAN Head of Television Production and Training The University of Leeds Leeds

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