Whole School Approach to Bullying

Samantha Little, Hannah Bondy, George Thompson, Mackenzie Taylor, Kevin Bellemore


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Little, S., Taylor, M., Bellemore, K., Bondy, H., & Thompson, G. (2022, April 1). Whole School approach to bullying. Classroom Practice in 2022. Retrieved [date], from https://ecampusontario.pressbooks.pub/educ5202/chapter/whole-school-approach-to-bullying/


The following video discusses taking on a whole-school approach to bullying. We display a scenario where we take on roles within the school community.


We have shown that bullying is a serious issue that exists in many different areas. While people may work towards ending bullying at school, the greatest issues often exist online through cyber-bullying. If people want to diminish the risk of bullying, they must adopt a whole-school approach. This involves the teachers, the parents, the students, the faculty, and the community working together to stop bullying. Without full commitment from all groups, it is unlikely that a significant change will be made, and bullying will continue to be a significant issue.


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