Bullying is a diverse set of actions aimed at one person or a group of few or more persons. If speak about the means required to deal with such accidents, it is the permanent and constant policy carried out by managers of teachers in schools. This article is aimed at dealing with this problem.
From the society angle bullying is the result of human evolution and the consequence of fact that human’s ancestors were animals, whose behaviour is totally concerned with aggression and willing to bring down an opponent with physical methods. For instance, business is one of bullying form, but the package of it is cultural.
Unfortunately, in schools pupils are subject to bright and profoundly sharp appearances of animal’s part of human being – aggression on purpose to overtake classmates and make every effort to succeed in being appreciated on behalf of female.
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Thus, the task of school personnel responsible for conducting the anti-bullying policy, is to direct pupils’ and their energy into right area of activity, for instance some lessons according to interests of pupils. The main goal of teachers is to understand what activity is the favourite of pupil and make every effort to help a child to realise himself.
Therefore, some procedures required for creation of adequate and positive climate are structured in this list:
- A positive school culture and climate which -
- is welcoming of difference and diversity and is based on inclusivity;
- encourages pupils to disclose and discuss incidents of bullying behaviour in a non-threatening environment; and
- promotes respectful relationships across the school community;
- Effective leadership; (Based of competing on knowledge and success in studying).
- A school-wide approach; (every pupil has the right to express despite his favourites)
- A shared understanding of what bullying is and its impact; (If child is very active and not aware of adequate usage of energy – find an appropriate field for him or her)
- Implementation of education and prevention strategies (including awareness raising measures) that-
- build empathy, respect and resilience in pupils; and
- explicitly address the issues of cyber-bullying and identity-based bullying including in particular, homophobic and transphobic bullying.
- Effective supervision and monitoring of pupils;
- Supports for staff;
- Consistent recording, investigation and follow up of bullying behaviour (including use of established intervention strategies); and
- On-going evaluation of the effectiveness of the anti-bullying policy.
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