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Have your say: What do you think should be done to tackle bullies?
10:12am Tuesday 17th September 2013 in News
A council investigation into childhood bullying revealed some children expect to be bullied at school.
Brighton and Hove City Council town hall chiefs admitted the issue was “of great concern” and has set up a scrutiny investigation to see what improvements can be made to the lives of thousands of children who are victims of bullying each year.
We want to know what you think can be done to tackle bullying.
Would you like to see a zero tolerance approach in the classroom?
Or is mediation a better method to stop the problem?
Let us know using the comment feature below.
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