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Anti-Bullying Week 2016

Anti-Bullying Week gives schools a chance to engage their whole community in refreshing the approaches to tackling bullying. Lauren Seager-Smith explains

As a teacher you may have mixed feelings about Anti-Bullying Week. You will undoubtedly have many other pressures, or you may wish you had more than a week to dedicate to the subject of bullying. For others it gives you the opportunity you need in a competing timetable to talk about these issues with your students.

The Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) coordinates the week each year and around April consults with children, teachers and our members to decide the theme. Anti-Bullying Week this year is November 14 to 18 and has the strapline Power for Good, with a focus on how children, parents and teachers can use their power to stop bullying.

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