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Staff need help tackling bullying

Schools need to do more to train staff to deal with bullying, says Ofsted. In a new report, No place for bullying, the Government’s education...

Striking back against bullying

Children with SEN are amongst the most likely to be bullied at school. Richard Piggin asks what we can do to support those who need us most

How can we tackle bullying of those with SEN?

For the start of National Bullying Week, John Grounds looks at what we can do to prevent the bullying of children with SEN in our schools

“Words can hurt” theme for Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week will this year focus on verbal bullying. Taking place from 14 to 18 November, the national campaign, being run under the banner...

Beating bullying: supporting children with disabilities and SEN

Matthew Dodd examines anti-bullying legislation and advice, and explores the reality of bullying for today's SEN and disabled children

Dealing with bullies

Jeremy Todd examines the link between ADHD and bullying behaviour and asks if parents can prevent their child from bullying others

Teacher cyberbullying damages education

The bullying of teachers on the internet and via mobile phones has a serious impact on teacher wellbeing and negatively impacts on the quality...

Bullying novel scoops book prize

A Perfect Ten, by Chris Higgins, has won the YoungMinds Book Award for 2009. The Award was presented by columnist and broadcaster Mariella Frostrup...

Cyber bullies targeted

UK charity Beatbullying has announced its 6th annual “Anti-Bullying Week” for 16-21 November 2009. The aim is to help schools energise their bullying prevention...