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Media tips for schools and their communities
The media is a powerful influencer and shaper of community attitudes. Many New Zealanders get their information and form opinions about issues through news media coverage.
Bullying-free NZ: Helping hands
To promote students’ understanding that everyone has a role to play in preventing and responding to bullying situations. To allow students to consider the practical things they can do to help other...
Bullying-free NZ: ‘Getting to know you’ peer suppo
To encourage older students to look out for younger students and start thinking about how we are all part of one school community supporting each other.
Bullying-free NZ: Bullying Prevention and National
To consider all the ways in which the school currently meets the needs of students under NAG 5 and ways in which this could be enhanced.
TKI - Deterring & responding to bullying behaviour
This Inclusive Education guide supports schools to take a more inclusive whole-school and community approach to reducing bullying.
Bullying-Free NZ media kit 2017
The Bullying-Free NZ media kit can help your school promote upcoming projects or events in local or national media. It also has tips for schools when media contact them about specific bullying incide...
Education Council - Teachers and Social Media
The primary aim of this website is to promote discussion about the Code of Ethics for Registered Teachers/ Ngā Tikanga Matatika mō Ngā Pouako Kua Rēhitatia and it's relationship with social media
Bullying Prevention Workshops - Implementing the Bullying Prevention Guidance
Full set of professional learning and development workshops that have been designed to support schools as they develop or review their policy on bullying behaviour.
Preparing & dealing with emergencies & traumatic incidents
Information from education.govt.nz on preventing and responding to a student who is at risk of suicide or self harm.
Information and advice on cyberbullying for teachers
Netsafe's cyberbullying website has more information and advice for young people, parents and teachers. For specific advice on cyberbullying:phone: 0508 638 723 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org