Bullying

 

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A child with autism can be at more risk of being bullied than their peers. However, they may not be able to communicate this to you. In this section, we explain the term bullying, the signs to look out for if your child is being bullied, but cannot communicate it to you, and how it might affect your child. For more information, click here.

 

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A great resource tacking policy, practice and training. Covering Adults & Children

respectme’s Principles are:

  • The rights of children and young people are at the heart of everything we do
  • Our values of respect, equality and inclusion underpin every aspect of our work
  • We work in partnership to build the capacity of all adults who play a role in the lives of children and young people
  • We promote a positive, practical and realistic approach to improving the life experiences of children and young people
  • We will influence behaviour, culture and attitude towards bullying behaviour