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We have worked in partnership with the UK Council for Internet Safety to produce these tops tips to help schools begin to formulate a whole-school strategy to preventing and responding to race and faith targeted bullying.
The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) and the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) represent a broad range of charities, organisations and individuals committed to keeping children safe from bullying and abuse – both face to face and online. UKCCIS and ABA are aware of concerns around rising levels of race and faith targeted abuse online, in our schools and in our communities.
An increase in hate crime and incidents in school has been reported, as well as increased contact from children to Childline about race and faith targeted bullying and over a fifth of teachers saying pupils are subjected to hate crime and speech at school.
In response to this we have worked together to produce these tops tips for schools to help you to begin to formulate a whole-school strategy to preventing and responding to race and faith targeted bullying
These are some key actions you can take to both prevent, and respond to race and faith targeted bullying in your school.
Stand Up 2 Racism
Kick It Out
Anne Frank Trust
Counter-Extremism - LGfL
The Black Curriculum
The Runnymede Trust