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Advice, guidance and signposting to assist schools with tackling bullying and digital forms of bullying in schools.
Bullying can be unprovoked and involves behaviours which disrespect, hurt, threaten or frighten another person or group of people. It involves a perpetrator or perpetrators, a target or targets and witnesses.
Children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are adversely affected by negative attitudes and perceptions of difference including forms of discrimination which often involves bullying.
Homophobia, biphobia and transphobia guidance for schools in Derbyshire.
"Online or 'cyberbullying' is the use of ICT (Information Communication Technology) particularly mobile phones and the internet to deliberately upset someone" DCSF 2007.
Recommended approaches for preventing and tackling online (cyber) bullying.
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