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Bullying, Attendance, Truancy

Preventing Truancy in School
By Bethany Spencer on July 30, 2019

When it comes to student attendance at school, parents and carers have a legal duty to ensure that their child receives an appropriate full-time education. It’s important for students to...

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Bullying, Blog, Student Wellbeing, Cyberbullying, PSHE

How to Stop Bullying: Advice for Schools and Parents
By Emilio Cuasapaz on March 1, 2019

The rise in the use of social media amongst children has meant that bullying has transitioned into the online lives of students, making it almost impossible for them to escape. As this...

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Ofsted framework, Bullying, Ofsted, Student Wellbeing

Ofsted’s Framework that Reflects the Role of a Teacher
By Bethany Spencer on January 17, 2019

Teachers join the profession with the understanding that they’re going to do much more than simply teach. It’s now expected that teachers double as confidants, carers, safeguarders and...

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Bullying, Blog, anti-bullying

Banter or Bullying - What's the Difference?
By Bethany Spencer on November 14, 2017

Today, we live in a world filled with banter. Restaurants have adopted the noun to resonate with the youth of today and searching for #banter on Instagram pulls almost one and a half...

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School, teachers, Bullying, parents, Blog, children, anti-bullying

What to Do If Your Child Is Being Bullied at School
By Bethany Spencer on November 20, 2015

Satchel looks at what measures can be taken if your child is being bullied at school. Bullying is often caused by an imbalance of power either perceived or real. It is the repeated...

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Cyber-bullying, Bullying, Articles, Blog

Cyber Bullying and the Social Media Facade...
By Louise Raw on November 20, 2013

As smart devices and social media evolves, so does bullying. So what can we do about it? Now at the heart of Anti-Bullying Week, a campaign running from throughout November, it’s likely...

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