All Together is the new campaign for schools from the Anti-Bullying Aliance
We’ve all seen it happen: a group of friends who unexpectedly turn on one of their number; a child isolated or picked on because they don’t fit in; or a humiliating photo shared amongst pupils.
Being bullied by school mates can seriously upset a child’s wellbeing and derail their progress in education.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. Schools can create a culture in which bullying is never tolerated. They can create a system for stepping in early to put things right. They can become an All Together School.
All Together enables schools to lead the way in tackling bullying of children and young people and to gather evidence of the work they are doing to safeguard children from bullying for Ofsted inspections.
And the great thing is it is free for schools to sign up.
This FREE support includes:
What is All Together and how do we take part?
An All Together School is one that has proven its activity to reduce bullying of all children. The All Together programme has been developed over the last three years and builds upon the work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s previous SEND anti-bullying champion programme which saw significant positive results. Participating schools are supported on and offline to make whole school change to its anti-bullying practices, using a social model approach.
The programme includes a special focus on reducing bullying of disabled children and those with SEN but aims to reduce bullying of all children and young people.
The programme is running from April 2017 to September 2018. It is funded by the Department for Education and delivered by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, based at the National Children’s Bureau, with support from the Council for Disabled Children, Contact a Family and Achievement for All.
Sign up to receive the All Together bulletin and find out how you can become an All Together School.