Anti-Bullying & Behaviour Service

9.00 – 5.00pm

The Anti-Bullying & Behaviour Service gives advice, support and strategies for young people, families and professionals to be able to deal with both bullying and behavioural issues.

We work with victims, bullies, bystanders and individuals struggling with their behaviour, within educational and workplace settings, in ensuring we create safe environments allowing those that we work with to learn about themselves, gain confidence, grow their self esteem and educate others in how best to deal with different types of incidents. Help and advice is available for families, no one is turned away and if an expert member of our team is unable to assist - we can certainly put you in touch with someone who can.

By working with the Anti-Bullying & Behaviour Service you will have access and support around the following:

  • The Anti-Bullying Alliance
  • Policy writing including review and development of effective anti-bullying and behaviourline with OFSTED Expectations.
  • Training for all Staff including Lunchtime Supervisors & Governors on anti-bullying & behaviour
  • Prejudice bullying related to special education need, sexual orientation, sex, race, religion and belief, transphobic or disability.
  • Buddy & Peer Mentor Training
  • Cyberbullying & Esafety Awareness for pupils, including assessing and managing risk appropriately and keeping themselves safe.
  • Complex Casework
  • Friendship groupwork
  • Anti-Bullying Assemblies, workshops or themes including Anti-Bullying week
  • Mediation between parents/carers and schools
  • Anti-Bullying workshops for parents
  • Parenting classes – helping parents recognise behaviours their own and their child’s
  • Support in attendance and punctuality at school and lessons including phase return e.g. bullying or behaviour issues.
  • Strategies to help staff manage behaviour and bullying situations
  • Introducing new strategies  procedures, in to improve behaviour and enhance emotional health and well being
  • Measuring pupil, class and whole school well-being; which includes the introduction of strategies to help improve well-being.
  • Action plans and work around the Diana Award & BIG (Bullying Intervention Award)


Who to contact

Kate Hillyard
Anti-Bullying & Behaviour Consultant

Where we are

Venue address
108 Freebrough Road
TS12 3JB

When is it on?

Date & time information
9.00 – 5.00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Session information
Evening sessions by prior arrangement

Other details

Other Costs
Cost varies depending on a individual parent using the service and schools buying in hours. Please contact for prices
Age range
All ages


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