School Leads who are registered on our All Together programme can access this event.
Pupils will be returning to schools in September having had many different experiences during the coronavirus pandemic. Many will have been shielded from the worries we have and will have perhaps had a nice break and be raring to get going again. But many children will have had a really difficult time at home and struggled to stay connected to friends and learning. Some will be worried about returning and perhaps worried about bullying that they may have been experiencing. The ABA free All Together programme has proven to not only reduce bullying in schools but to improve pupil wellbeing and experiences at schools.
Schools Leads taking part the in All Together programme now have access to attend an interactive webinar to help support pupils as they return to school. The webinar is for up to two attendees from any school including maintained schools, academies, special schools, PRUs and free schools. One of the attendees from each school should be a member of SLT or the person responsible for Anti-Bullying work in the school. It is open to primary and secondary schools.
This session will cover:
- Bullying and its impact on children and young people
- Identifying those at risk of bullying involvement and those with poor wellbeing
- Preventing bullying online and face-to-face
- Bullying and the law
- Models of response and resolution
- What other schools are doing to support their pupils and prevent bullying.
- Using the All Together Action Plan
We have a range of dates and times available for this webinar. Please choose one the options below:
- Monday 9th November (3.30pm - 5.30pm)
- Tuesday 10th November (3.30pm - 5.30pm)
- Wednesday 11th November (3.30pm - 5.30pm)
- Wednesday 18th November (3:30 - 5:30pm)
- Monday 23rd November (3:30 - 5:30pm)
Remember that to take part in the webinars you will need to sign up your school to join our free All Together programme.
N.B. If you are not responsible for Anti-Bullying work in a schools, you may be interested in accessing our training webinars for the wider Children's Workforce instead.