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 What Schools can do  

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 A simplified guide to applications  

 Method
When commonly applied 
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The use of direct sanctions In serious and/or criminal cases, repeated non- compliance
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School Tribunals With very careful overseeing by staff
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Serious talksAs a part of many of the strategies 
4Bully Prevention in Positive Behavior Support (PBIS)
When the school wishes to eliminate undesirable behaviour without employing counselling or acting to bring about or restore positive relationships.
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Strengthening the victimIn cases of low level (usually verbal) harassment when it is believed the victim can be trained to cope by acquiring more appropriate social and verbal skills. 
6MediationWhen students in dispute both want help from a mediator. (Children who bully only rarely want to seek mediation.)  
7
Restorative approachesIn cases in where the perpetrator can be induced to become sincerely remorseful and act restoratively.
8
The Support Group MethodIn cases of bullying by groups and the perpetrators are prepared to cooperate at a meeting with a practitioner plus other students and assist in putting things right.
9The Method of Shared ConcernIn cases of bullying by groups where the suspected perpetrators individually agree to help to reduce the distress of the victim and subsequently formulate and execute a plan at a meeting with the 'victim' to resolve the problem.

 

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