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The Overseas Aid & Development Commission agreed to again match fund the monies raised by the 2017 World Aid Walk.
Wednesday 26 April 2017

The Commission's decision reflected its recognition as to how much part of Island life the World Aid Walk has become since its inception in 1970 and the huge difference the funds raised by countless walkers since then has made to the lives of some of the poorest people in the world.

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UK Minister continues engagement with the Crown Dependencies on Brexit
Tuesday 25 April 2017

Minister for Exiting the European Union, Robin Walker, yesterday (24th April 2017) hosted the third meeting in a series of regular talks with the Crown Dependencies to ensure that their interests are taken into consideration in relation to the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.

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Aspire2Be supports local educators to attend British Isles Google for Education Summit
Monday 24 April 2017

Forty Bailiwick teachers and educators are being sponsored to attend the forthcoming British Isles Google for Education Summit thanks to the support of Education Services' edtech partner Aspire2Be.

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Dealing with Bullying

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We take any incidents or allegations of bullying very seriously. We make it absolutely clear that we will not tolerate bullying in any of our schools, whether physical or verbal.

All schools are required to have in place a policy on bullying, usually integrated into their whole-school policy on behaviour. Similarly, the issues underlying bullying, such as pupil self-esteem, relationships, conflict and assertiveness, are addressed within our policies and curriculum advice and in PSHE and Citizenship work undertaken in schools.

What is bullying?

Bullying can mean many different things. These are some ways children and young people have described bullying:

What is cyber bullying?

Cyber bullying is when a person, or a group of people, uses the internet, mobile phones or other digital technologies to threaten, tease or abuse someone.

How to stop bullying

Independent charity Childline offers children and young people the following advice:

If you are being bullied you can do something about it.

There is a lot of advice and information available online.

The School Attendance Service supports pupils who may be experiencing relationship problems in school, particularly in connection with bullying. 

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School Attendance Service

Grange Road House,  Grange Road,  St Peter Port,  Guernsey,  GY1 1RQ

Call us:
01481 733000

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