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TITLE OF GOOD PRACTICE:

Newsletter for the adjustment of children at school. How parents can help their children feel safe, satisfaction and how they can improve their ability to learn

KEYWORDS:

Newsletter, bullying, information, advice, confrontation

GOOD PRACTICE TYPOLOGY:

Informative Campaign

WORKING GROUP COORDINATING THE INITIATIVE:

National Family & Parenting Institute

COUNTRY WHERE IT TOOK PLACE:

Greece

LANGUAGE OF THE REVIEW:

English

DEFINITION OF TARGET GROUP:

Parents.

DESCRIPTION OF THE GOOD PRACTICE:

This newletter informs parents of how school bullying can occur, of signs that could be a proof that a child suffers bullying behaviors, or intimidates other children and provides the necessary advice to tackle the phenomenon of school bullying. Parents can help their children feel safe, happy, to improve their ability to learn, but also to prevent possible development of bullying behaviors

RESULTS:

Not provided

INDICATORS:

Definition of bullying or cyberbullying, Detection protocol, Information for parents.

EVALUATION:

Parents and family members are often the first receivers of indications that their child is suffering bullying. Through this newsletter parents can find possible forms of bullying behavior, that their children may suffer, and especially how to deal with this problem. Practices such as discussion with their child, contact with the school (teachers, school director), or even with local educational authorities and the administrative council of the school, but also the provision of appropriate advice of parents towards their children-victims of school bullying are encouraging. On the other hand, proper advice is provided to parents who realize that their child may develop attitudes of bullying against other children. pages

COMMENT:

Interested parties can find more information and advice on school bullying issues in websites and advice centres, as listed at the end of the newsletter

REFERENCES TO OTHER EVALUATION:

Not provided

NAME OF INSTITUTION:

ASPETE

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