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1st Edition

How to Stop Bullying
101 Strategies That Really Work

ISBN 9781351217262
Published September 29, 2017 by Routledge
208 Pages

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Book Description

This book includes 101 tried-and-tested strategies to deal with bullying. This is a practical workbook full of information and ideas on how to stop being bullied. It contains 101 ideas grouped into five sections: practical and everyday ideas; longer term ideas; cyberbullying; fun ideas; and advanced techniques. In addition, there is information on creating and updating an anti-bullying policy, warm-up games and activities for groupwork, as well as stories of bullying and their resolutions. This is an extremely useful resource for people who get bullied, teachers, health care professionals and parents. Suitable for all ages.

Table of Contents

101 Strategies that really work!

A hugely practical resource offering a diverse range of strategies to deal with bullying effectively.


What is bullying?

Taking responsibility for ourselves

Anti-bullying policies

Peer support

Warm-ups for groupwork

Anti-bullying strategies


These 101 strategies will really make a difference to the lives of all those affected by bullying. Each strategy described is graded in terms of difficulty and success rating. It describes how to use the technique and what outcomes to expect from it. Some are simple and straightforward whereas others are more challenging.

A really practical resource book for adults, young people, teachers and practitioners, and parents and carers.

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Dr Andy Hickson is Director of Actionwork UK. Andy is a theatre Director and has had shows performed at the Globe, Sadlers Wells, Norwich Playhouse and many venues abroad. Andy specialises in using creative action methods to explore violence and other issues. Andy is winner of the Anti Bullying Flame Award and is also a filmmaker and was a runner-up in the 2008 Motorola film competition. Writing credits include Creative Action Methods in Groupwork which is translated into Czech, Polish, Hebrew and Japanese, and The Groupwork Manual (also published by Speechmark) and numerous articles and chapters. Andy has a PhD in education.