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Hope in Primary Schools


Hope addresses many different types of bullying including cyber bullying but, for primary schools, there is also a clear emphasis on playground behaviour and social skills.


Primary audiences are invited to explore what their understanding of bullying is and raise awareness of why people can become either bullies or the victim of bullying.


Hope was developed in 2007 by teachers, actors and workshop leaders to address key issues relating to Mental, Social and Emotional Wellbeing and Health.  It continues to evolve taking into account new policy initiatives and government legislation.   Hope underlines the message contained in ‘Safe to Learn’, relates closely to the 5 outcomes underlined in Every Child Matters and to the HWB outcomes in CfE..  Hope underpins Values and Rights as outlined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and enhances Rights Respecting Schools projects.

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