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cyber-bullying a clear example?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by harsh-but-fair, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Lead commenter

    You may well intervene personally, but it's not a school matter. Would you advocate the school setting children's bedtimes or what they have for Sunday lunch?
     
  2. This is clearly not the same thing at all. Would you intervene if you saw a child being bulied in the street? A child in your class, bullied by childrne in your class? Would you inform your Line Manager of the issue? Would you inform parents?
    I would. My school would and has. On each occasion, the bullying stopped.
     

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