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Welcome to our   School Council’sAnti-bullying Committee
Results from our Questionnaire
Yes   NoDo we have bullies?                   86%   14%Have you ever                         53%   47%been bullied?Do you ...
What do bullies do?•Call names/call your family•Make other children’s lives miserable•Stop you playing with other children...
What should happen to bullies?•Send them to the Head teacher•Miss Golden Time•Make them say sorry•Exclude them•Tell their ...
What can we do to help a child who has been                 bullied?•Take them to the Head teacher•Tell parents•Teachers t...
What does this tell us?•The Anti-bullying Committee has a job to do!•People are confused between bullying and falling out•...
Birchfield’s definition of Bullying    Bullying is when someonerepeatedly and intentionally hurts    another child physica...
A “help” system for               the playground School activities               Rewrite the Anti-Around friendship       ...
Parents and Governors    it’s over to you!
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Anti bullying presentation

  1. 1. Welcome to our School Council’sAnti-bullying Committee
  2. 2. Results from our Questionnaire
  3. 3. Yes NoDo we have bullies? 86% 14%Have you ever 53% 47%been bullied?Do you know anyone who has 58% 42%been bullied?Do you find it easy to talk to your 53% 47%teacher when you are upset?Have you ever bullied anyone? 21% 79%Can children help other children 92% 8%who are upset?
  4. 4. What do bullies do?•Call names/call your family•Make other children’s lives miserable•Stop you playing with other children•Make racist comments•Physically hurt you/ hurt your feelings•Leave you out•Spread rumours/tell lies•Steal or taking things off you
  5. 5. What should happen to bullies?•Send them to the Head teacher•Miss Golden Time•Make them say sorry•Exclude them•Tell their parents•Make them listen while the other child explains how theyare feeling•Detention•Tell the Student Council•Make them clean the school!!!!!!!
  6. 6. What can we do to help a child who has been bullied?•Take them to the Head teacher•Tell parents•Teachers to keep an eye on the child and help them•Special room•Make them happy•Student Council meeting•Extra teachers (bodyguards)!!!!!!
  7. 7. What does this tell us?•The Anti-bullying Committee has a job to do!•People are confused between bullying and falling out•We need a clearer definition of bullying in our school•We need a better system for children to be able to talkto staff at lunch times and play times•We need a system so that children can help each otherwhen they have fallen out
  8. 8. Birchfield’s definition of Bullying Bullying is when someonerepeatedly and intentionally hurts another child physically or verbally over a period of time. It is picking on another child and making them sad,on purpose, over and over again.
  9. 9. A “help” system for the playground School activities Rewrite the Anti-Around friendship bullying Policy The Anti-bullying Committee Look at theSchool activities Behaviouraround bullying Policy Spread the word
  10. 10. Parents and Governors it’s over to you!

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