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“Bullying in Cornwall? Is your childs school doing anything about it? Do they have a policy that works or do they just tick boxes?

It's fair enough to say that bullying has been around for a very long time and to a point it's evolved via the use of social media allowing for harsher effects.

The cyber bullying issue is a problem unto itself but if we were to address bullying in school specifically...why do we still have bullying, why does it continue?

The Government doesn't actually have a law to govern it, moreso it allows schools to have their own individual policies...which in part I feel is the problem. Why is it that you can have two schools maybe several hundred metres apart and one has little to no problem with bullying where as at the other it's rife?

What's your thoughts on bullying? Experience of pro active schools and where there are complete failings?”

By JayPaulUK Posted: November 12, 2012

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  • JJLee  |  November 12 2012, 11:49AM

    Cyber bullying, sticks and stones. Ignore the morons and they soon get bored and move on. React and they will stay



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