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‘All equal, all different’: Contemporary Research and Practice in Antibully...

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‘All equal, all different’: Contemporary Research and Practice in Antibullying

Meet other practitioners and share good practice.

Learn the latest evidence of the most effective ways to resolve bullying.

Topics include:

  • Evidence of what works in tacking bullying
  • NEW pupil-led antibullying strategies
  • Sexting and bullying
  • Compassion in Education
  • Resolving homophobic bullying
  • Reducing bullying through ‘no outsiders’

Speakers include:

  • Baroness Sal Brinton, Chair of All Party Parliamentary Group on Bullying
  • Professor Emeritus Peter Smith, World leading expert on school bullying
  • Dr Elizabeth Nassem, Expert in tackling school bullying
  • Andrew Moffat MBE, Founder of ‘No Outsiders’
  • Anna Gregory, Peacemakers
  • Julie Smith, Kidscape
  • Simon Bolwell, West Midlands Police
  • Dr Neil Duncan, Expert in sexual bullying

PLUS Many more…

AGENDA:

9.00 – 9.30 Registration, Entrance of Baker Hall

9.30 – 9.45 Welcome, Baroness Sal Brinton, Chair of All Party Parliamentary Group on Bullying, Baker Hall

9.45 – 10.30 Different kinds of interventions – what works in tackling bullying, Professor Emeritus Peter Smith, Goldsmiths, University of London - Baker Hall

10.30 – 10.40 Overview of the day, Amanda Daniels, Birmingham City Council - Baker Hall

10.40 – 11.00 COFFEE - Baker Conference suite

11.00 – 11.45

'NEW Pupil-led antibullying interventions’ , Dr Elizabeth Nassem, Birmingham City University - Baker Room 224

Cultures of blame and bullying: Reconsidering what we say, think and do to build healthier relationships in schools', Anna Gregory, Peacemakers - Baker Room 225

‘Training provision for children who are bullied’, Julie Smith, Kidscape - Baker Room 323

11.45 – 12.30

'How schools in England generate bullying cultures', Dr Neil Duncan - Baker Room 224

‘Reducing bullying through no outsiders’ Andrew Moffat, MBE, Parkfield Primary School - Baker Room 225

‘Tell Chris’, Kim Wadsworth, TELL-CHRIS - Baker Room 323

12.30 – 13.10 LUNCH (provided) Baker Conference Suite and market place stalls Baker Hall reception - Baker Hall

13.10 – 13.55

‘The Right to Feel Safe - A Protective Behaviours approach to anti-bullying’, Liz Bates, Services for Education - Baker Room 224

‘Sexting and bullying’, PC Simon Bolwell, West Midlands Police - Baker Room 225

‘The impact bullying had on my life: An exploratory study of young people’s self-exclusion from school’, Dr Niamh O’Brien, Anglia Ruskin University - Baker Room 323

13.55 – 14.40

‘Compassion in Education’, Rabiya Latif, CoED Foundation - Baker Room 224

Tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic language and bullying: making schools an inclusive LGBT community’, Claire Stoneman and Waris Ali, Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School - Baker Room 225

A shared understanding - a different approach’, Shan Jones, Actus Education - Baker Room 323

14.40 – 15.00 COFFEE Baker Conference suite

15.00 – 15.45

‘Launch of the transgender toolkit’, Amanda Daniels, Birmingham City Council - Baker Hall

15.45 – 16.45 Plenary - Baker Hall

16.45 – 17.00 Closing - Baker Hall

There will be a goody bag for all delegates that attend.

For more information please email: Elizabeth.Nassem@bcu.ac.uk or info@stopbullyinginbrum.co.uk.


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