We need your help to better understand the nature of bullying behaviour and to further develop strategies to protect children inside and outside the school gates.
What is being decided?
The South Australian government’s Keeping Children Safe from Bullying election commitment outlines a range of measures to address all forms of bullying behaviour children may experience.
Schools play a key role in addressing bullying and cyberbullying and in maintaining a safe learning environment for all students. However, bullying is a highly complex issue, which takes place both inside and outside the school gates. Tackling this issue, therefore, requires a multi-faceted approach involving schools, families and the community.
We want to hear from children and young people, parents, educators, professionals working with children and families, and the wider community. Together we can better understand the nature of these issues.
We want to hear your ideas about:
- What you think is most important for schools to do to keep children safe from bullying
- How parents, families, the police and the community can help reduce bullying
- How we can better support schools and teachers to prevent and respond to bullying
Your input is important in understanding the community’s views. We are collecting people’s views through a public survey, and through targeted stakeholder consultations, including an Advisory Roundtable chaired by the Attorney-General to discuss potential legislative responses to bullying behaviour.
You can have your say and provide your feedback by:
Do you want to know more?
Email us at email@example.com to find out more information.
How will your input be used?
Your input will help us develop an approach on how to better protect children from bullying behaviour. It will be used to develop strategies, programs and materials to support schools, teachers, parents and other members of the community.
A snapshot of the results will be made available here at the end of the community consultation.