These steps have been created by experts at the Alannah & Madeline Foundation’s National Centre Against Bullying and is a vital guide for parents, teachers and children who need to know how to manage the issue.Read More >
Building resilience involves creating the three things every parent wants for their children and every teacher wants for their students: this is for children and teens to have safe, happy, and fulfilling lives.Read More >
Bullying has traditionally been seen by schools as a behaviour problem that requires sanctions or consequences to “stop the behaviour from happening again”.Read More >
Parents of children attending selected Government schools were asked to complete an online questionnaire in which they could provide their views on how their child’s school was handling bullying.Read More >
It is the staff and administrators of schools that model behaviours for our young people and the way they interact with one another can tell us a lot about the behaviours they expect or allow of young people within their care.Read More >
The National Centre Against Bullying congratulates our Chair, The Hon Joseph Kay on being the recipient of Member [AM] In The General Division Of The Order Of Australia.Read More >
A recent study of bullying in Australian schools sought to understand how the parents of bullied children thought and felt about what was happening to their children.Read More >
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