|The content of the course will include:
Considering how bullying affects individuals, schools and the community as well as how this creates not problems but opportunities for all.
Looking at the motivation for bullying behaviour in terms of the characteristics of both bullies and of the target victims.
Children with SEN are 3 times more likely to be bullied than other children so this issue will cover how both prevention and preparation can take place.
Considering the different types of bullying including; verbal, physical, relational and cyber bullying as well as how to discriminate between teasing and taunting.
The bystanders hold the key to long term change in bullying within school communities as, in the majority of cases, they will either be observing or active participants.
10 key strategies will be discussed and outlined to generate a whole community approach to beat bullying including the issue of cyber bullying.
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