It’s national Anti-Bullying Week this week – a week where children and young people, schools, parents and carers come together with one aim: to stop bullying for all.
This year the Anti-Bullying Alliance who co-ordinate the week are calling on school communities to take action to stop the bullying of ALL children and young people – including disabled children and those with special educational needs – children who are significantly more likely to experience bullying in schools and the wider community. See http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week/ for more information and to make a donation to their important work.
To celebrate the important work done by the Anti-bullying Alliance and teachers everywhere we are giving away 5 FREE anti-bullying books (Helping Children Deal with Bullying) to help with your anti-bullying work.
For a chance to win a book,please find us on Facebook, like our page and our post, share if possible. We will choose 5 people at random on Mon 24 Nov 12 noon from all post “Likers” then notify winners via Facebook. If you would like to enter our competition but are not a Facebook user, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org saying that you would like to enter the anti-bullying give away.
By Jenny Mosley and Helen Sonnet. Bullying is an issue that all schools need to address to develop a safe school ethos. This whole-school format guides you through the essential systems that you need to establish to ensure that your school is tackling bullying. These systems will enable children to grow in confidence and develop a clearer understanding of their behaviour and its impact on others.
“I like the emphasis placed on ethos and the equal weight given to working with children – and with parents.” – Andrew Mellor, Anti-Bullying Network
Website Manager’s Notes
1. Jenny Mosley works both nationally and internationally. Her educational model is used in many different schools and Early Years settings and Jenny trains staff through conferencing and schools training.
2. The whole school model for positive behaviour for learning, happier lunchtimes and improved self-esteem works on the principals of promoting moral values and respect and as such, crosses cultures and continents with ease. These systems help with anti-bullying work by raising self-esteem, providing opportunities for social skills development and offering a safe forum for community discussions.
3. Jenny is available for training projects and conferences. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements and how we can help. For all enquiries please email email@example.com or phone 01225 767157.
4. We have a lovely bright catalogue and web shop brimming with products. We boast ranges of puppets, books, posters, flash cards, CDs, games, parachutes, signs for classrooms, halls, corridors, dining halls and playgrounds.To shop online go to www.circle-time.co.uk/shop
5. For catalogues, training and resources enquiries, phone 01225 767157 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Jenny Mosley is available to bring her tried, tested and trusted Quality Circle Time model to schools and early years settings in the UK and overseas.