Teachers urged to get anti-bullying programme in place for the end of lockdown

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The Bridge of Don-based founder of a unique programme to provide children with strategies to cope with bullying has urged teachers to get his system into their curriculum ready for the end of lockdown. ▶ Full story on pressandjournal.co.uk
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