Presentation on theme: "Dealing with School Bullying in New Zealand Secondary Schools: the number 8 fencing wire approach Presenter: Keith Sullivan Educational Organisation and."— Presentation transcript:
Dealing with School Bullying in New Zealand Secondary Schools: the number 8 fencing wire approach Presenter: Keith Sullivan Educational Organisation and Policy Three Major Initiatives –Kia Kaha (NZ Police Youth Education Services) –Cool Schools (Peace Federation) –Eliminating Violence (Group Special Education)
Feilding High School: a case study A traditional plus contemporary approach Traditional school values of respect, courtesy and excellence, together with a modern curriculum, quality teaching and a knowledge of new information technology is what we offer our students as we head into the twenty-first century. Pastoral care plus discipline We offer a disciplined and caring learning environment for students. Our vision is to provide all students with knowledge, skills and qualifications.
The Organisation of the Anti- Bullying Initiative at FAHS The Counsellors Management Team Police Education Officer Kia Kaha Action Group
THE FAHS ANTI- BULLYING INITIATIVE Pastoral KIA KAHA- Our Place In the Curriculum KK Whole School Approach Bullying Survey Parallel Peer Programmes Yellow Ribbon Programme Peer Support He Ara Tika Individual counselling no blame like approach to groups Disciplinary The Seven Steps Stand Downs + Exclusion
Major Themes Side by side versus In Competition No Blame versus Disciplinary Approach Ownership versus Adoption Practical versus Theoretical