Diagnosis alone cannot stop bullies
I know which schools in my area have the worst bullying record, and I suspect that many GPs have a good idea of what goes on in their local schools, but the problem is how this information can be used to reduce bullying. Although I cannot give names of the children involved, I have contacted the headteacher of one school, telling him of my concerns and offering to help, but there has been no response whatsoever, not even an acknowledgement.
So, even if GPs are more clued up to bullying, how can this be used to improve the situation for children who spend their school lives in fear of the school bullies?
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