Podcast: anti-bullying in schools

Last updated: 28 May 2019 Topics: Podcast Type: Podcast

How to implement effective anti-bullying policies and procedures in your school

It is vital that schools have a robust anti-bullying culture and procedures set in place to ensure the safety of their students, including any bullying that takes place online.

In this podcast, we are joined by Kay Joel, Senior Educational Consultant at the NSPCC who discusses:

  • the importance of having anti-bullying policies and procedures
  • why schools need an anti-bullying ethos approach
  • how policies and procedures have changed over the years
  • what makes an effective anti-bullying policy and procedure
  • where to go for further tips and advice on bullying.

Start listening to the podcast now to learn more.


About the speaker

Kay Joel is a Senior Consultant at the NSPCC who works closely with schools to provide external consultancy. This includes undertaking safeguarding policy audits and visiting schools to verify safeguarding practices. She has also worked for over 25 years as a qualified teacher in primary and special education.

Related resources

> Read more about how you can protect children from bullying and cyberbullying

> Download a range of specialist training and resources aimed at teachers, schools and colleges

> Use our free online tool to assess your current safeguarding procedures

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Our podcast series covers a range of child protection issues to inform, create debate and tell you about the work that we do to keep children safe. The child's voice is at the heart of every episode and what they tell us informs all of the work that we do. 

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