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Welcome to Ken Rigby.net

Over the last 25 years Professor Ken Rigby is a national consultant for schools and a leading international authority in bullying and victimisation in schools with more than 100 peer refereed papers and other publications. In this site he has set out to present in brief what is most useful for schools and parents to know about bullying among children and how resources can be accessed to tackle this enduring and troubling problem.

As a former school teacher, psychologist, parent and academic, he draws upon his longstanding experience in providing practical advice to all those who are concerned about the safety and wellbeing of children in schools.

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 Bullying in Brief  


As you will see there is a great deal to know about the problem of bullying. Fortunately research over the last 20 years or so has provided many of the answers - though there is still much to know, especially on how it can best be reduced.

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 What Schools can do  


Although responsibility for countering school bullying must be shared and involve the entire community through parents, the media, governments and others, the prime responsibility for bullying in schools rests with schools.

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 What parents can do  


Although one cannot realistically 'bully-proof' a child one can certainly reduce the likelihood of a child being bullied or bullying others at school. Here are ten suggestions - expanded in my book, with research evidence.

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 Who is Ken Rigby?  


For the last 23 years Ken has been engaged in researching school bullying. He has published over 100 refereed articles and books, presented at conferences and provided workshops for teachers, parents and students, nationally and internationally.


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