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Anti-bullying

Bedford Against Bullying

Bedford Borough Council takes bullying very seriously and works with schools, parents and our many partners to ensure that all children are free from bullying and feel safe to learn.

For the children and young people involved, the school and for the community outside the school gates, the effects of bullying are serious and long-term.

Bedford Borough Council recognises and affirms the right of every child to learn and live in a safe, secure and supported environment. Children in Bedford should be protected from physical or mental harm and feel good about themselves and respect others.

The information on the anti-bullying section of our website aims to provide information and advice on dealing with bullying.

We have also provided details of links to third party organisations that can offer advice and support.

 

Anti bullying campaign booklet for Parents, Carers and School Staff

Anti bullying campaign leaflet for Students

 

Related documents

Bullying: Information for Parents and Carers

Bullying: Information for Children and Young People

Bedford Borough against Bullying - Guidelines for Good Practice

Safe to Learn - Anti-bullying work in school

Tackling Bullying - A Guide for Governors

Tackling Bullying - A Guide for Schools

Preventing and Tackling Bullying - Advice for School Leaders, staff and Governing Bodies

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Education and Learning

Raising the level of academic achievement is a top priority for the council. We will ensure the effective delivery of our services so we can improve the life chances for children and young people. Check out this section to find out about Learning centres, schools, special education needs and more.

 


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