Kayte Inside the School Gate; Co-Ordinator of ECHO-Backed Anti-Bullying Charity Bullybusters Kayte Eaton Gives Her Weekly Insight into the War against Bullies

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Kayte Inside the School Gate; Co-Ordinator of ECHO-Backed Anti-Bullying Charity Bullybusters Kayte Eaton Gives Her Weekly Insight into the War against Bullies


I HAVE now worked for Bullybusters for nearly six years.

I believe the best way to tackle bullying is not through books, leaflets or website, but from experience.

Every day I learn something new and unfortunately nothing surprises me with the length certain individuals will go to in order to hurt another human being.

Bullying issues can be very complex and there will always be at least two sides to a story.

As a professional it is not easy and although I wish I could hand out magic wands to sort it all out, the reality is much harder.

We tell our kids to tell someone, a trusted adult, and if the bullying is happening in school we tell them to talk to a teacher about how they are feeling and the issues they are facing.

Yet when young people finally pluck up the courage and tell, the teacher does not always know what to do.

I have learned in two years of teacher training that there is not one module which deals with bullying.

However I was over the moon to be invited to Hope University to deliver anti-bullying awareness training to students. …

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