Whole school strategies
You can't bully your way to bullying prevention (PDF, 201KB) article by Jim Dillon, educator and director of the Center for Leadership and Bullying Prevention, US.
STEPS – Steps to examine programs and approaches for schools – is a decision-making tool to help schools select appropriate and evidence-based anti-bullying programs and approaches.
Local decisions determine your school's success. You want to select programs and approaches that provide real results for your students.
A wide range of frameworks, strategies, resources and programs which aim to counter bullying is available to schools. Some of these have a strong theoretical basis, solid evidence and are designed for sustainable implementation in schools. Others lack any theory or evidence and do not align with the educational context.
The STEPS decision-making tool supports school staff to examine these various programs and resources.
STEPS consists of: