Examples of Good Practice when Dealing with Bullying in a Further/Higher Education College

@article{Hughes2001ExamplesOG,
  title={Examples of Good Practice when Dealing with Bullying in a Further/Higher Education College},
  author={Gavin Hughes},
  journal={Pastoral Care in Education},
  year={2001},
  volume={19},
  pages={10 - 13}
}
  • G. Hughes
  • Published 1 September 2001
  • Education
  • Pastoral Care in Education
This qualitative study, conducted via interviews, focuses on the strategies used by tutors and support staff in dealing with bullying in an FE/HE college. This area is under researched and yet studies have shown that 10 per cent of students in FE experience bullying (McDougall, 1999). It was found that bullying was being dealt with effectively using a range of approaches. The examples of good practice found in this study correspond with the more extensive work into primary and secondary schools… 

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