• a) Raised awareness of all members of the school community - children & young people, parents and school staff about the harm that bullying causes and how children & young people can be protected, including solutions to the problem of rising incidents of cyber bullying in connection with the use of social networks. Indicators of results: 6000 young people; 180 school staff; about 4000 parents will be aware of solutions to protecting children & young people from bullying.
  • b) Reduced number of incidents and impact of violence against children at school, resulting from an improved safe and secure whole school environment of convivencia.
  • c) Improved strategies and responses to incidences of bullying that will address the causes of bullying and help avoid any recurrence.
  • d) Cascaded leadership training in the empowerment of all school staff and parents as change agents in reducing bullying and in the education of children and young people in peer led strategies.
  • e) Further cooperation between schools and schools with NGOs, local school administration and other outside agencies in the reduction of bullying by adopting an improved programme and a system of exchange of best practices.
  • f) The development of a school review instrument for monitoring bullying and evaluating the school organisation for bullying reduction, resulting in improved knowledge on effective programmes for the reduction of bullying at school.
  • g) Wide dissemination of the resulting programme.