Leadership

Drawing the line at bullying

Working in a school, it can be hard to distinguish between good-natured boisterousness and more worrying behaviour. How do you and your colleagues tell the difference between playful teasing and bullying? The Key's specialist researcher for pupil behaviour, Sarah Goodman, outlines how you can define and identify incidents of bullying.

The Key’s specialist researcher for pupil behaviour, Sarah Goodman, outlines how you can define and identify incidents of bullying. She gives examples of how you can try to support victims and make bullies aware of the consequences of their actions.

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