Presentation for Staff & Parents about Anti-Bullying Campaign?
April 3, 2017
Anti-Bullying Campaign Notice
We have made our Anti-Bullying Campaign programme and our website as self-explanatory and easy to use as possible and some schools have implemented our Anti-Bullying Campaign programme without any additional input from us. This is ideal. Furthermore, since we now have explanatory video presentations in the Teacher Training section of our website for teachers in Primary (Elementary) and Post-Primary (High) schools and for parents, you can arrange to have these shown to your staff or parents group anywhere in the world where English is understood so they will have a "shared understanding" of how our programme works.
However, if your school is in Ireland and you would like me to come and talk to staff, to explain the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Campaign programme and to answer questions, I can come and do a Powerpoint presentation that takes under two hours (on a staff day or staff half-day, during "Croke Park" hours or at a staff-meeting) in any Irish school. Since teachers who implement the Anti-Bullying Campaign in schools do so, for the most part, on a voluntary basis I will accept no fee for doing this - I will only do it on a voluntary basis.
Since I am living in Dublin my travelling expenses to visit schools during the current school year will be as indicated on the AA Routefinder website and tolls as charged on the day. (In 2015 this works out at about 15c per Km or 24c per Mile, which is much lower than those of any other organisation in Ireland that we know of and is purely to cover the cost). In addition, if you need me to talk to parents that evening and your school is more than two hours from Dublin I may need the cost of overnight B&B accommodation.
Because all Irish schools are facing financial cutbacks small schools may wish to join together for a presentation and split the cost between them. We think this is good practice anyway, even if cost-savings are not an issue.
I can be contacted in confidence about this or any other aspect of the Anti-Bullying Campaign:
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com and by phone at 01 4513314 or 086 8496460