'A footprint means pressing down and global means world, so 'global footprint' means pressing down on the world and we don't want to press too hard' (child's definition of a Global Footprint)
what is Global Learning? CoreKnowledge Key Skills Values and Attitudes what is sustainability? what about climate change?
what about climate change?

Anti Bullying



Types of Bullying

Verbal Bullying: the bully says things to you.

Physical Bullying: kicking, pushing or anything that hurts you.

Indirect Bullying: ignoring, spreading rumours, threatening looks.

Technological Bullying: Internet Abuse, chat rooms, and abusive text messages.



Disability Bullying

Behaviour or language that makes a child or young person feel unwelcome or

marginalised because of a perceived or actual disability.



Race, Face and Culture Bullying

Bullying due to race, faith and culture is behaviour or language that makes a

child or young person feel unwelcome or marginalised because of their religion,

race, ethnicity, national origin, colour or nationality.



Homophobic Bullying

You do not have to be a lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB) person to experience

homophobic bullying.



The effects of bullying have been said to be very serious, it has been reported

that around ten children in the UK kill themselves each year because their lives have

been made so miserable by being subjected to bullying. There are said to be many effects

of bullying click here to find out more.



Anti Bullying Resource Pack (PDF)

Tower Hamlets Anti Bullying pack includes a step by step guide to your

anti-bullying policy, with guidance to schools and more...



Anti Bullying week

Resources to support schools during Anti-Bullying Week



Click here to see a leaflet on Anti-Bullying by Tower Hamlets if you want any support and advice
and would like to talk to someone in private relating any of the issues above.

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