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Queensland state schools take a whole-school approach to creating safe, supportive and disciplined learning environments, where students can learn, free from bullying harassment and violence. Schools implement a range of actions and resources to respond to the challenging issue of bullying and cyberbullying, such as:

  • Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL), an evidence based, whole-school approach to establishing the social culture needed for schools to be effective learning environments for all students
  • the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework, supported by all Australian Ministers and education jurisdictions, provides a vision and a set of guiding principles for safe, supportive and respectful school communities that promote student wellbeing
  • the Student Wellbeing Hub contains information and resources to implement the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework. The Student Wellbeing Hub explores the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework, providing case studies and an online audit tool to pinpoint the areas of priority
  • BeYou is the national education initiative delivered by beyondblue. It is designed as a hub to support educators broaden their knowledge and provide them with resources and strategies to help improve student mental health
  • comprehensive policies and procedures to help schools create safe and supportive school environments
  • Student Code of Conduct in each state school to outline what actions the school will take when bullying is reported, and the strategies used by the school to address bullying
  • information for parents about the signs and symptoms that may indicate their child may be experiencing bullying and resources for students on what to do if they are being bullied
  • school support services such as guidance officers, youth support coordinators, student welfare workers, to support students
  • a dedicated Cybersafety and Reputation Management team to provide proactive presentations to students on online safety and positive digital footprints. This team also investigates and responds to any cyber-bullying issues, if requested by a school
  • Queensland leadership and coordination of the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence
  • resources on the Bullying. No Way! website including lesson plans; promotional materials; apps; and resources linked to the curriculum which are supported by all Education Ministers and jurisdictions across Australia.
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Last updated 18 March 2020