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If any secondary school, sixth-form or further education college has established a successful anti-bullying peer support scheme, please contact Ginny Farmiloe, school of psychology and counselling, Roehampton Institute, on 0181 392 3620. Funded by The Prince's Trust, this project aims to make published case studies of good practice available to schools.

If you had a mathematics teacher who changed your view of the subject, please send details (including how old you were and how long they taught you for) to: Emin Aydin (EdD student), School of Education, Leeds University LS2 9JT.


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