Help at hand

13th June 2003 at 01:00
The Anti-Bullying Network's website, www.antibullying.net, contains information and advice on anti-bullying strategies, links to similar sites worldwide, examples of practice from Scottish schools who are willing to be contacted and a comprehensive reading list of Scottish and international books and papers, including Scottish Council for Research in Education, HMSO and local authority publications.

The Rowantree Group, a non-profit making educational trust, has put together a pack designed to help teachers encourage pupils to report all cases of alleged or suspected bullying. What's the Score on Bullying has been taken up by 1,000 schools and three-quarters of the country's councils are to consider adopting it.

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