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A Quiet Revolution, March 2009



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The Quiet Revolution Conference held in the Park Hotel, Cardiff in March 2009 successfully introduced schools and related children and youth service providers to a number of tried and tested anti bullying approaches. Projects and organisations from across England and Wales came together to share their successes and offer their services to help reduce one of the most reported issues of major concern for children and young people today. Conference presentations can be downloaded below.


  • Edward Waller, Head of Education UNICEF UK
  • Ian Massey, County Inspector for Intercultural Education – Hampshire County Council
  • Janet HookTeam Leader of Behaviour Management Development, Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Professor Ken Reid, – Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Swansea Metropolitan University & Chair of NBAR Steering Group


  • Will Jackson – The anti-bullying Child to Child Peer Massage in Schools programme rolled out in Rochdale schools
  • Gareth Hughes – A case study on reaching level two of the RRSA at Knights Enham Junior School, Andover
  • Paul Johnson (UNICEF Wales) – The RRSA in the context of Welsh policy

Best Practice Carousel

  • Rachel Beddoe (Cardiff Against Bullying)- The effectiveness of a whole school approach to bullying
  • Linda James (Bullies Out) – The adoption of the Bullies Out Peer Support Programme
  • Shan Jones NSPCC – Critical factors permitting bullying behaviours in school
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