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  • BULLYING Source: The Anti-Bullying Handbook 2nd Ed Keith Sullivan Grace Lorraine Enriquez-Pelingon, RGC
  • What is bullying?
  • CONSCIOUS, WILLFUL & REPETITIVE ACT of • agression and/or • manipulation and/or • exclusion by one or more people against another person or people
  • What forms does bullying take place? Physical Psychological
  • What does not count as bullying? •Criminal behavior •Sub-bullying and non-bullying behavior
  • What is and what is not bullying?
  • Can be mistaken for but is NOT bullying • Playful teasing • A one-off fight • Rough and tumble or playfighting with no intention of causing damage
  • Criminal Activity • Assault with a weapon • Grievous bodily harm • Seriously threatening to cause harm or kill • Serious theft • Sexual abuse
  • Bullying acts
  • Bullying acts Non-Physical (Verbal) • Abusive language • Abusive telephone calls • Extorting money or possessions • Intimidation/threats of violence • Name calling • Racist remarks/teasing • Sexually suggestive language
  • Bullying acts Non-Physical (Verbal) • Spiteful teasing (cruel remarks) • Spreading false/malicious rumors
  • Bullying acts Non-Verbal (Direct) • Mean faces/rude gestures Indirect • Manipulating/ruining friendships • Systematically excluding, ignoring and isolating • Sending (often anonymous) poisonous notes
  • What are some myths and misinterpretations about bullying
  • Myths… We do not have bullying in our school
  • Myths… It was just a bit of fun. No harm was done. Can’t you take a joke? Boys will be boys.
  • Myths… Bullies are thick kids from dysfunctional families picking on academic nerdy kids with glasses.
  • Where does bullying take place? • Playground • Classrooms • Corridors • Outside the school building • Canteen • School service
  • In short, bullying occurs in areas where there is less teacher surveillance.
  • How is it possible to tell if someone is being bullied? How parents can tell • Anxiety about going to school • Bed wetting, nightmares, headaches, stomach ache, particularly in the morning when it is time to go to school • Coming home with books or clothes ripped or with bruises and cuts • Losing possessions
  • How parents can tell? • Asking for extra money, to replace money taken from them • Receiving mysterious and upsetting telephone calls • Never bringing classmates home • Being irrational and angry with parents and siblings • Seeming depressed and sad
  • How parents can tell… • Being unable to concentrate on homework and decline in school work • Refusing to talk about what is wrong or being evasive • Taking or attempting to take protection to school • Truanting • Doing things that are out of character and getting into trouble
  • What roles do the onlookers to bullying ? 42% of bystander choose not to intervene 32% stand up for the victim 22% inform the teacher and get help
  • Important points to remember • Each situation is unique and needs specific solution • In our lives, we can be :Bully, Victims and bystander • Labels can stick • It is crucial to provide opportunities for people to change their behavior
  • PRINCE HARRY • Labeled as “Ginger Bullet Magnet”, “Big Ginger”, “Wig that can be used in battle in Iraq” by his classmates in the army. BUT • Became the Captain in the Army Air Corps • An active philantrophist • A patron of several charitable organizations
  • Bill Clinton • Labeled “a fat band boy” • A man with “carpenter’s jeans” • Made fun of by his classmates in high school BUT • Became the President of the United States of America
  • Reminders
  • For Grade 7 Parents Individual Routine Interview - July Diagnostic Test – August 1
  • For Grade 8 Parents Individual Counseling Diagnostic Test – August 1
  • For Third Year Parents Decision Making Session - July Career Group Guidance – August PACT – August 1
  • For Fourth Year Parents Individual Career Counseling and consultation CSAT – August 1
  • UPCAT (University of the Philippines College Admission Test) Date: August 3 and 4 Testing Venue: SBC
  • ACET (Ateneo College Entrance Test) September 21, 2013 Forms Available at the Guidance Office Deadline of filing: August 16
  • July 20, 2013 Parenting Session 9:00-11:00 a.m. – SBC, MQPA “Let’s Talk about Sex: Teaching our children the truth and meaning of sexuality”
  • Thank You!