Step 4: Take action

Implement the action plan. Include steps to that enable student voice and agency, build capability (professional learning and development), work with parents and whanāu, and implement teaching and learning activities.

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Implement, monitor and report on progress

Once the action plan is approved, the bullying prevention team can move into implementation.  This should include regular monitoring and reporting on progress to school leaders, the Board of Trustees and the school community against the agreed milestones and outcomes specified in the action plan. The plan should be reviewed annually with a major review every 3 to 5 years to ensure long-term effectiveness of implementation activity.

Bullying prevention ideas for each of the nine core elements of the Bullying-Free NZ School Framework

Ideas for schools looking for evidenced-based ideas on each of the core elements of bullying prevention and response.