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Anti-bullying Conference 2014 for Young People (years 5 -11)

Theme: Reflect, Respect, React

Aims:

  • To inform, enthuse and inspire young people and school staff to address bullying and cyber bullying in their schools during Anti-Bullying week and beyond
  • To showcase and share good practice in Hampshire

Guest speaker: Chris Lubbe – South African born activist in the struggle against apartheid, who worked as a bodyguard for Nelson Mandela in the 1990s.

Friday 17 October 2014, 9am - 3pm. The Vineyard, Bar End Road, Winchester, SO23 9NP

Anti-bullying Conference 2013

winners_of_anti-bullying_song_competition_2013

The 2013 conference took place on Friday 25 October 2013 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
  • To focus on good ROLE Models, through:
    • Responsibility (building resilience)
    • Online bullying (cyberbullying is a hot topic)
    • Language (pupils often encounter verbal bullying)
    • Equality (people with disabilities are vulnerable)
  • To showcase and share models of good practice in Hampshire.

The conference was highly valued by young people and school staff alike.

Comments from young people included:

“It was fun!  It was better than I thought.”

“I had a great time and I learned a lot from it.”

“Online bullying – videos were an eye opener.”

 

Anti-Bullying Week 2014

Anti-Bullying Week 17 - 21 November 2014 - "Let's stop bullying for all".
 

Competitions 2014

2014 story competition flyer Microsoft Word 576kB

Previous years

Winning Songs - 2013

Winning Make it Count - 2012

Make It Count Microsoft Word 2MB flyer 2012

Anti-Bullying Song Competition Microsoft Word 162kB flyer 2013

Winning Poems - 2012

Winning Leaflets Microsoft Word 2MB - 2011

Winning Multi-media presentations - 2010

Winning Monologues Microsoft Word 24kB - 2009

Winning Posters Microsoft Word 5MB - 2009

 

Training opportunities in Hampshire to foster the prevention of bullying or address it once it has occurred

Anti-Bullying Interventions

Prevention is the best way of dealing with bullying, but unfortunately it can still happen.  It is important to choose a suitable intervention, as the wrong approach may be ineffective or even exacerbate the situation.

This course outlines a range of interventions from sanctions to more restorative approaches, including building the resilience of all concerned.

The course aims to:

  • Present an overview of six possible evidence-based interventions, outlining when they are appropriate.

  • Provide opportunities to go through the steps of 4 of these, so participants feel confident to put them into practice.

Anti-Bullying Interventions training

  • Wednesday 25 Feb, 11 March, 25 March 2015, Waterlooville
  • Tuesday 3 March, 17 March, 31 March 2015, Winchester
Contact Jackie Batchelor, (jackie.batchelor@hants.gov.uk) or Barbara Gessler (HEP), (barbara.gessler@hants.gov.uk)

Anti-bullying Conference 2014

Dealing with Bullying

Contact Jackie Batchelor, (

jackie.batchelor@hants.gov.uk

).

Governor training

Tackling Bullying in Schools - The Governors’ Role - GT327

Who will benefit? This course is for governors and headteachers from all schools. What will you learn? This session will ensure that governors are familiar with definition, terminology and best practice recommended by national and local guidance. Through observing a DVD on Cyber bullying this session will explore some of the issues, consider dealing with incidents, recording and reporting requirements, as well as monitoring and evaluating school practice. The course will also cover preventative strategies aimed at building a commitment to equality. Governors will have the opportunity to consider their role and statutory responsibilities, and how they will put these into practice in their schools.

Attendance options One evening session.
  • 17 Nov 2014 19:00 - 21:30 Bridgemary School GT327B
  • 25 Mar 2015 19:00 - 21:30 Winchester Professional Centre GT327C

Non subscribers: £80 (per person)

To book:

See

Rights, Respect and Responsibilities or HTLC courses for further information.

Peer Mentor training

Motivation training

PATHS (Promoting Alternative THinking Strategies).

Pre-school PATHS  

FRIENDS (Resilience Programs, promoting Emotional and Social Competencies)

  • Contact Hampshire Educational Psychology

ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) training

 

Resources

Hampshire resources

Schools' views on the Hampshire bullying and racist incident form (and associated materials) Download Acrobat Reader to view this PDF 446kb

National resources

List of anti-bullying resources available to borrow or download

List of resources Microsoft Excel 33kB (2014)

  • Bullies, The - Understanding bullies and bullying (Dennis Lines)


    JB


  • Bullying - A complete guide to The Support Group Method (George Robinson and Barbara Maines)


    JB, HLO, WLO, FLO


  • Bullying - A Handbook for Educators and Parents (Ian Rivers, Neil Duncan and Valerie Besag)


    JB


  • Bullying Pocketbook - A pocketful of step-in-and-stop-it strategies to stamp out bullying (Michele Elliott)


    JB


  • Challenging Girls, Book 1: Addressing Girls' Bullying (Val Besag)


    JB


  • Challenging Girls, Book 2: Promoting Girls' Friendships (Val Besag)


    JB


  • Children and Bullying - How Parents and Educators can Reduce Bullying at School (Ken Rigby)


    JB


  • Cyberbullying (Robin Kowalski, Susan Limber and Patricia Agatston)


    JB x 2 copies


  • Help! I'm being bullied  (Dr Emily Lovegrove)


    JB, HLO x5, WLO and FLO


  • Helping Children deal with Bullying - Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet


    JB, HLO x2, WLO and FLO


  • Language of Discipline, The - A practical approach to effective classroom management (Bill Rogers)


    JB


  • New Perspectives on Bullying (Helen Cowie and Dawn Jennifer)


    SCL, JB, HLO, WLO, FLO


  • Nobody Understands Me - Appreciating teenagers and adolescence (S Yamuna)


    JB


  • Positive Behaviour Handbook, The - (Lynn Cousins and Julie Jennings)


    JB


  • Respect - Your life, your choice (Children's Safety Education Foundation)


    JB


  • Restorative Solutions: Making it Work - Improving challenging behaviour and relationships in schools

    (Helen Mahaffey and Colin Newton)


    JB and HLO, WLO and FLO


  • Support Group Method, The (Barbara Maines and George Robinson)


    JB


  • Understanding Girls' Friendships, Fights and Feuds, a practical approach to girls' bullying (Valerie Besag)


    JB


  • Nobody Likes Me, Everybody Hates Me - The top 25 friendship problems and how to solve them (Michele Borba)


    JB and FLO


  • FICTION BOOKS ON BYSTANDERS



  • Bystander - a bystander or the bully's next target? (James Preller)


    JB


  • Hooway for Wodney Wat ( Helen Lester)


    JB


  • The Bully Blockers Club (Teresa Bateman)


    JB


  • The Bully Blockers - standing up for classmates with Autism (Celeste Shally)


    JB






  • DVDs


    Location and Reference


  • Bullying in Schools - 6 Methods of Intervention - Ken Rigby (Loggerhead Films)


    HLO, WLO, FLO


  • Let's Fight it Together (Cyberbullying) - DCSF


    JB/http://old.digizen.org/cyberbullying/film.aspx


  • Living It - A powerful teaching resource on homophobic bullying (d2Digital/CragRats/Bolton NHS pct/police)


    JB


  • Make Them Go Away (SEN and disability) - DfE


    JB x 5 copies/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cw0VrC5ODKA


  • Restorative Justice – A Positive Approach in Schools  by Living Archive Ordered through Inclusive Solutions


    HLO, WLO, FLO


  • Spell It Out - Tackling homophobia in our schools - teachers' guide


    JB






  • Games


    Location and Reference


  • Anti-Bullying Game


    HLO/WLO


  • Bully-Free Card Game - based on "The Bully Free Classroom" (Allan Beane)


    JB


  • Bully Wise - Play-2-Learn Dominoes (Franklin Learning Systems)


    JB






  • Leaflets


    Location and Reference


  • Am I bothered about Homophobia? (Northampton CC)


    JB


  • Bullying: A Guide for Parents (Sian Morgan)


    JB


  • Bullying - HCC advice and information for parents about bullying

    (www3.hants.gov.uk/childrens-services/childrenandyoungpeople/bullying)


    HLO/WLO/FLO/JB


  • Bullying - Prejudice and Difference - Parentline Plus


    JB


  • Bullying - Via Internet and Mobile Phones - Parentline Plus


    JB


  • Don't Bully Me!  Advice for children and young people - Kidscape


    JB/www.kidscape.org.uk


  • Don't Stick it, Stop it! - Mencap


    JB/www.kidscape.org.uk


  • Guide to dealing with bullying, A: For parents of disabled children


    JB/www.dontstickit.org.uk


  • Preventing bullying - A Parent's Guide - Kidscape


    JB/www.kidscape.org.uk


  • Preventing Racist Bullying - What schools can do - Kidscape


    JB/www.kidscape.org.uk


  • Stop Bullying - Practical advice for everyone - Kidscape


    JB/www.kidscape.org.uk


  • What can I do if my child is being bullied? - Parentline Plus


    JB


  • You can beat bullying - A guide for young people - Kidscape


    JB/www.kidscape.org.uk






  • DCSF Documentation


    Location and Reference


  • Cyberbullying - A Whole School Community Issue


    JB


  • Cyberbullying - Supporting School Staff


    JB


  • Safe from Bullying series


    JB


  • Safe to Learn series


    JB






  • Other Documentation


    Location and Reference


  • Anti-Bullying Directory of Good Practice


    JB/www3.hants.gov.uk/healthyschools


  • Anti-Bullying Guidance - Healthy Schools


    JB/www3.hants.gov.uk/healthyschools


  • Anti-Bullying Policy Template


    JB/www3.hants.gov.uk/healthyschools


  • Anti-Bullying: What Works in Schools - Literature Review and Executive Summary


    JB


  • National Indicators N169 - Children who have experienced bullying - research into practice


    JB/www.rip.org.uk/pointers


  • Tackling Bullying in Schools - Anti Bullying Alliance


    JB/www.aba.org.uk






  • Posters


    Location and Reference


  • 3 HCC Competition Winning Posters on cyberbullying (KS2/3/4) and making friends (KS1)


    JB


  • 10 Tips against bullying - Incentive Plus


    JB


  • P.S. SOS - including DVD for interactive posters - Snivel and Shriek


    JB






  • Training Powerpoint Presentations


    Location and Reference


  • Cyberbullying - Peter Smith


    JB


  • Governor Training


    JB


  • Parent/Carer Workshop - Dealing with Bullying: Helping you to support your child or teenager


    JB


  • SEN Information Day for Parents - workshop on helping your child deal with bullying


    JB






  • Training/Teaching Materials


    Location and Reference


  • Anti-Bullying, the Young Person's Guide - NSPCC


    JB


  • Bullying - Building a Child's Confidence - Workshops for Parents (Sian Morgan)


    JB


  • Counselor in the Classroom - Activities and strategies for an effective classroom guidance program

    (Pat Schwallie-Giddis, David Cowan and Dianne Schilling)


    JB


  • Dealing with Bullying - Helping you to support your child or teenager (booklet and activities about building resilience to share with parents/carers )


    JB


  • Digging Deep (teacher's manual) - A practical program to encourage young people to name, own

    and deal with their emotions - Julie Mathews)


    JB


  • Getting Along with Others - Teaching social effectiveness to children (skill lessons and activities)


    JB


  • Practitioner's Toolkit - Solution focused approach to helping young people develop resilience, friendship

    and assertiveness skills - East Sussex


    JB


  • Promoting Alternative THinking Strategies (PATHS) manuals and materials


    JB (HLO)


  • SEAL materials (Primary) - Say no to bullying (including staffroom and family activities)


    JB/www.bandapilot.org.uk/secondary


  • SEAL materials (Secondary) - Anti-bullying


    JB/www.bandapilot.org.uk/secondary


  • STANCE against homophobic bullying - Leicestershire CC


    JB


  • Snivel and Shriek Guide to Feeling Fabulous, The (K Watson)


    JB


  • Snivel and Shriek Guide to Sussing Out your Secondary School, The (K Watson)


    JB


  • Tackling Diversity and Sexuality - Issues for KS3 and 4 - Northampton CC


    JB






  • Booklists of books for young people - fiction and non-fiction


    Location and Reference


  • Bullying booklist KS1 and 2 - School Library Service


    JB/SLS


  • Bullying booklist KS3 and 4 - School Library Service


    JB/SLS


  • Bullying: Fiction Books for Children and Young People - Anti Bullying Alliance


    JB/www.aba.org.uk






  • Drama to address bullying


    Location and Reference


  • 3 HCC Competition Winning Monologues (KS4)


    JB


  • List of possible drama companies offering services


    JB






  • Other


    Location and Reference


  • Anti-bullying Animal Badges - Snivel and Shriek


    JB


  • Anti-bullying and Behaviour Stickers - Incentive Plus


    JB


  • Anti-bullying - Q and A 'Climber' - Snivel and Shriek


    JB


  • Bossy' - Q and A 'Climber' - Snivel and Shriek


    JB




  • KEY



  • JB - Jackie Batchelor, Educational Psychologist, Anti-Bullying Good Practice Group, Havant Local Office



  • SCL - Social Care Library, Winchester



  • SLS - School Library Service



  • HLO - Havant Local Office



  • WLO - Winchester Local Office



  • FLO - Fleet Local Office





  • All resources referenced JB or HLO are available on a 4-week loan.  

    Please contact Denise Uren, Havant Local Office, 023 9244 1501  





  • List compiled by Jackie Batchelor - updated May 2014



 

 

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