Anti-bullying Conference 2012
The 2012 conference took place on Friday 12 October 2012 at Ashburton Hall Winchester
The conference was aimed at Young People in Years 5-11, with opportunities for activities and discussion with each other and their teachers at either primary or secondary tables.
The aims of the Conference were:
To inform, enthuse and inspire young people and school staff to address bullying in their schools during Anti-Bullying Week and beyond and To showcase and share good practice in Hampshire The focus of the Conference will be using the seven Olympic values to address bullying:
- Courage to address Cyberbullying
- Respect to address Religious Bullying (beliefs)
- Equality to address Exclusion due to Disability
- Friendship to address Fear and Hate Crime
- Determination to address Doubt in Self
- Excellence in the winning poems (from Hampshire CC competition)
- Inspiration to share with others
- Bullying overview 1mb
- Policy template for schools 378 kB
- Directory of good practice (updated September 2012)
- Guidelines for recording bullying and racist incidents in schools 233kb
- Hampshire Bullying and Racist Incident Record Form 106kb
- SIMS User Guide for Recording Bullying and Racist Incidents in Hampshire Schools 147kb
- Drama to address bullying 12 kB
- List of anti-bullying resources in Hampshire 31kb
- Schools' views on the Hampshire bullying and racist incident form (and associated materials) 446kb
- Preventing and Tackling Bullying - DfE Guidance 2011
- The use and effectiveness of anti-bullying strategies in schools
- SEAL - "Say No to Bullying" (Primary)
- SEAL - Anti-Bullying (Secondary)
- Safe to Learn - collection of resources
- Healthy Schools - Anti-Bullying Guidance for Schools
- Tackling bullying in schools - Anti-Bullying Alliance resource
- Primary and Secondary Inclusion Development Programme: Supporting pupils with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties - online training
- Preventing bullying behaviour - An NSPCC EduCare child protection training programme
- Guidance for schools on preventing and responding to sexist, sexual and transphobic bullying - Quick Guide
- Tackle homophobia
- Bullying involving Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Disabilities
- Online audit to improve safeguarding in schools (ISIS) - NSPCC
- Bystanders and bullying - A Summary of Research for Anti-Bullying Week 469kb
- Taking Action Together!
- Guidance for local authorities and other strategic leaders on reducing bullying in the community
- Training resources
- Children's Homes
- Further education colleges
- Play and leisure provision
- Youth activities
- Extended services in
- and around schools
Anti-Bullying Week, 19- 23 November 2012
"We're better without bullying"
Here are some activities to help you prepare:
1) Download free briefing papers for school leaders and teachers, governors, youth workers, further education colleges and parents and carers
2) Download free activities to support the campaign, including assembly presentations, lesson plans and group activities
3) Order your campaign pack. It has all you need to take part in the week including posters, stickers, cake toppers and pin badges - and fundraising ideas including a 'Love buns' recipe donated by Levi Roots. Order by 5 November to make sure you receive your materials in time for the week.
4) Plan a fundraiser and you could win 100 books for your school or college. Random House Publishers have agreed to donate 100 books to the school or college that can raise the most amount of money for the Anti-Bullying Alliance this Anti-Bullying Week.
Follow us on Twitter @ABAonline to keep up to date with all the latest news and to take part in our fantastic Twitter competition closer to the week to win a Cambridge Satchel Company Bag and other prizes.
You can also like us at www.facebook.com/anti-bullyingalliance.
Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) is a unique coalition of organisations, schools, colleges and individuals who are committed to tackling all forms of bullying behaviour between children and young people. ABA works all year round to reduce bullying, and to create safer environments where children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.
The ABA School and College Network has been created to meet the specific needs of those working in the education sector. Join the hundreds of schools who are now active members of the ABA.
Visit the ABA website now to find out more about our work: www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk.
Anti-Bullying Week Shop
Order the official Anti-Bullying Week 2012 campaign pack - great value at £14.99.
Primary school packs, poster packs, pencils and additional merchandise are also on sale now.
To order visit the Anti-Bullying Alliance Shop.
Campaign packs will be sent free of charge to all members of the ABA School and College Network that sign up by 5th November. To receive your free campaign pack sign up to the School and College Network today.
Film Creatives presents:
What happened to J?
Calling all secondary school teachers looking for an interactive and creative approach to this year's Anti-Bullying Week. Film Creatives, a drama and film organisation in partnership with the ABA has bespoke Anti-bullying programmes to suit any secondary age group - adaptable to your timetable. Using their acclaimed interactive film and skilled facilitators they engage students in a lively debate to explore what bullying is all about. Workshops culminate in the creation of an Anti-bullying policy that can be adapted to your own school policy.
Film Creatives can travel to any school throughout the country and each workshop receives a DVD free of charge. Visit the Film Creatives website to book your workshop or to buy the DVD. Interactive flyer available here
Are you planning any activities during Anti-Bullying Week? ABA often gets approached by the media looking for exciting activities to film. If you're potentially interested please contact our press officer Jess at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anti-Bullying Alliance is a partnership body based at National Children's Bureau.
Make It Count 2 MB Flyer 2013
Anti-Bullying Song Competition 162 kB flyer 2013
Winning Monologues 2009 24 kB
Winning Posters 2009 5 MB
Winning Leaflets 2 MB
Training for School Governors
1. Course: Tackling Bullying
Date: Wednesday 27th March 2013 : 7.00-9.30pm
Venue: PETA Training and Conference Centre, 1 Access Point, Northarbour Road, Cosham, Portsmouth PO6 3TE
Contact: email@example.com *02392 441481 *01962 834553
2. Course: Promoting Alternative THinking Strategies (PATHS)
Date: Tuesday 11th June 2013 9.00 - 4.00pm
Venue: Fryern Junior School, Chandlers Ford SO53 2LN Cost £145.00