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School Policy On Bullying Speech

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Dan Bilton School Policy On Bullying Speech Good Morning everybody. I am here today - as I'm sure you're all aware, to give a persuasive presentation on how to deal with bulling at your schools. Has a pupil in your class ever been bullied? I am quite sure that on at least one occasion you have had to deal with this major problem. Today I hope to give you all extra confidence on dealing with this subject. You mustn't be affraid to help, as long as you do it in the correct manor. I hope to persuade you all in making a school policy on bullying. This is the best way on dealing with this anti social behaviour in a rational, professional and understanding way. If you yourself have been bullied then you will understand how the child feels. This may sound odd, but have you, a teacher ever been bullied by a pupil? ...read more.

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You must deal with this as early as possible because it may run out of hand. It can sometimes be difficult for adults to understand the distress that bullying cause. There is no certain way of spotting if a child is being bullied, You may ask, 'How do I know whether a child is being bullied on the playground when I am not around?' But there are certain characteristics in their behaviour that can be spotted, such as, a change in attitude, an unexplained illness and not wanting to go to school may all be because of bullying. You must remember that some children will go to great lengths to hide the fact that they are being bullied. They may not want to tell on the bully because they may think it will get worse if they do. You mustn't be put off because they won't say anything straight away, you must be patient with them. ...read more.

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The best way to do this is to make a school policy on zero tolerance on bullying. Schools can also help by helping their pupils learn skills in conflict resolution, support and 'buddying' schemes can also play a useful part on cracking down on bullying. But making a school policy is by far the best way to sort this problem out because it involving the whole school as a school rule rather than just those pupils those choose to go along to the learning clubs. Children who have been badly bullied may need therapy- to avoid this from happening at your school I would advise you to start a school policy and crackdown on the bullies that make other pupils lives at your school a misery. Thank you very much for listening. I hope I have given you an insight into the way that bullies are able to operate and I hope I have been able to persuade you into thinking about making a school policy to discontinue their anti- social behaviour. ...read more.

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