bestselling practical resource is suitable for classroom teachers, guidance officers, school counsellors and curriculum coordinators. Authors Amelia Suckling and Carla Temple have found that bullying in the school environment can only be dealt with effectively if the whole school is behind the endeavour, and that trying to handle it in isolation does not work in the long term. Bullying: A Whole-School Approach is presented in two parts: Part One: Building a Whole-school Approach outlines how to develop a whole-school approach to bullying. It explores ways in which teachers can collaborate with each other, and other members of staff, to formulate policy and practice to build and maintain a safe learning environment for the whole school community. It also includes practical intervention and prevention strategies, and guidelines for developing and implementing an anti-bullying policy. Part Two: Putting It Into Practice is specifically geared for students and contains 15 lesson plans, with a wide range of photocopiable masters to support the material presented.
Publication Date: 1/1/2001