Southend-on-Sea Borough Council Anti-Bullying Guidance Sept 18
Bullying can have a destructive and harmful impact on the lives of children and young people. It not only affects those being bullied but also those who bully and those who stand by without intervening or seeking help. It can lead to feelings of self-doubt, lack of confidence, low self-esteem, depression and sometimes even suicide.
In the document attached, you will find guidance in relation to bullying with regard to pupils in schools.
For advice and support on this guidance and help with developing your school’s policy you can, in the first instance, contact Lisa Holloway, Healthy Schools Advisor, Public Health Team, Southend Borough Council on firstname.lastname@example.org.