Parents

Next Steps: What To Do If Your Child Is In A Virtual Relationship

Friendships and relationships are an important part of young adult life and in this day and age, this extends to connections they may have formed on the internet. You might be worried about your child’s safety, however, it is important that you build a relationship where your child feels they are able to talk openly

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Next Steps: What To Do If You Think Your Child Might Be Lesbian, Gay or Bisexual

Next steps: what to do if you think your child might be lesbian, gay or bisexual It is important to remember that the exploration of sexuality is something that is a completely normal and natural part of growing up. With that being said, we do not underestimate how hard it can be for young people

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When Teachers Don’t Act

All state schools (but not private schools) by law, must have a behaviour policy in place which includes measures to prevent bullying. Some schools will have a separate anti-bullying policy. There is no standardised policy across the UK that all schools must follow – it is decided upon by individual educational establishments so there can

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Bullying of SEN&D Youth: The Hard Truth

Bullying can of course affect anyone, often leaving young people feeling vulnerable and isolated. This is particularly true for young people with SEN&D (Special Educational Needs and Disability) who may already be experiencing this, thereby creating a double disadvantage. What the Stats Tell Us While we shouldn’t assume that all SEN&D young people will be bullied,

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