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  • Bully Stoppers Online Toolkit


    Tier 1: Positive Mental Health Promotion
    Tier 2: Early Intervention cohort specific support

    Program Description

    The Bully Stoppers online toolkit supports the school community, including teachers, principals, parents/carers and students, to understand, prevent and respond to bullying.
    The toolkit provides evidence-informed advice and resources for different stakeholder groups to:
    • understand, prevent and respond to all forms of bullying behaviour
    • develop and implement strategies for when bullying occurs
    • empower students to be upstanders.

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    Implementation Considerations

    Target audience: School communities.

    Program adaptability: Toolkit content can be adapted to the individual school context. The toolkit is directly available online with a range of resources for different target audiences.

    Staffing: Backfilling not required.

    Time: The toolkit is online and self-directed. The time length for resources varies, from 20 minutes upwards.

    Training requirements: none

    Australian experience: This program was developed specifically in the Victorian education context.

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    Intended Outcomes

    ​Support teachers, principals, parents/carers and students to work together to prevent and respond to bullying