Using data to inform and evaluate anti-bullying strategies

Advice and Guidance

Who is this page for?

  • teachers
  • schools
  • education authorities

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First published: 19 Jun 2018

using data to inform and evaluate anti bullying strategies

Schools have a responsibility to identify, monitor and record bullying and to put in place approaches to tackle it.

Our guide advises on how to address bullying in schools, focusing on using data to improve anti-bullying strategies.

The guide covers four main areas: 

  1. creating an anti-bullying culture in schools
  2. finding ways for students and staff to report bullying incidents
  3. finding ways to record and review the data on bullying
  4. communicating your anti-bullying messages

Each area contains a set of questions for education professionals to ask themselves when carrying out steps one to four, above.

The questions aim to help you review the current practices in your school, and identify areas for improvement.

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