Kent Safe Schools employs two Anti-Bullying Co-ordinators and an Anti-Bullying Project Officer, who work directly with children, young people and school staff to address and tackle bullying through the use of workshops and the ‘Safe Partnership’ accreditation scheme.
You can visit Kent Trust Web's main bullying policy pages to find useful guidance on dealing with bullying issues in Kent schools.
Safe at School Survey
Last year's survey results have now been collated, analysed and sent to schools. We had a record number of participants last year with over 8,000 children and young people taking part. This year's survey will be going online during Anti-Bullying Week, 16th-20th November 2009.
There will also be a questionnaire for parents to complete, which will also go online during Anti-Bullying Week.
For more information about Anti-Bullying work within Kent Safe Schools, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01227 284596
For more information about Anti-Bullying Week, please visit the website below:
Kent Safe Schools has recently employed a Restorative Approaches Co-ordinator and is rolling out a pilot accreditation scheme into 6 schools across Kent. The booklet below has been developed to give schools more information about how they can use Restorative Approaches to change their methods of dealing with behavioural issues within school.
Please see below link to the Restorative Justice Booklet - designed by Kent Safe Schools and Kent Youth Offending Service to provide information about Restorative Approaches and how they can be used.
For more information about any of our projects, please contact us:
Kent Safe Schools
Tel: 01622 696680
Kent Police is supporting a national amnesty asking owners of the Olympic .380 BBM revolver to hand them into the police following a reclassification of the weapon.