Cyberbullying: advice for headteachers and school staff

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It is important that schools take measures to prevent and tackle bullying among pupils. But it is equally important that schools make it clear that bullying of staff, whether by pupils, parents or colleagues, is unacceptable.

Evidence indicates that one in five (21%) teachers have reported having derogatory comments posted about them on social media sites from both parents and children.

Please click here for non-statutory advice from the Department for Education for Headteachers and all school staff. We recommend schools read this comprehensive document to help ensure they have suitable (e)Safeguarding provision for cyberbullying.



Published: 18/11/2014
Audience: All school staff
Contact: Paul Scott

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