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Whole school approach

Whole school approach

A whole-school approach is when the entire school community takes action to improve student wellbeing. This involves everyone, be it a teacher, principal or students. Similarly, the whole school approach can be used to tackle bullying as well. Together, we can stop bullying!

Objective:

• To have a common understanding of what bullying is
• To have a standard procedure for dealing with bullying incidents.

How to create a WSA environment:

1. School leaders should establish approaches and procedures to promote a positive Bully-Free school climate
2. Create and maintain  a supportive and connected school culture
3. Equip school staff with knowledge, skills and strategies on prevention, and responding to bullying
4. Support students who require more intensive and individualised support
5. Strengthen students’ socioemotional behaviour through appropriate engagement, skill development and curriculum
6. Encourage students to speak up
7. Identify ‘at risk’ students and provide support and/or refer to other Social Service Agencies before an issue emerges or escalates

Below is a standard procedure for dealing with bullying that has been adopted by many schools: