Here are some questions that might help you think about the practice in your setting, and how the #ChooseRespect campaign can help contribute to improvement.

How does this work link to the protected characteristics as outlined in the Equality Act (2010)?

To what extent do we help children and young people recognise, accept and celebrate difference and diversity?

To what extent does the culture and ethos in our setting focus on the prevention of bullying through promoting equality and diversity?

How robustly do we address any prejudiced attitudes we identify in our school community?

Going further

Here are some more ideas to help you keep up momentum of your anti-bullying work …

Have you been on respectme anti-bullying training? Sign up to attend our free, one-day ‘Bullying is Never Acceptable’ training programme.

Would you like to arrange an anti-bullying information session for parents and carers in your school or club community? Get in touch with us to find out how we can support this: