Combating Bullying: Introducing an Online School Programme Toolkit!

Combat Bullying

Meath Partnership are currently collaborating with a team of partners from across 5 other European countries on the Combat Bullying project. 

This project, called “Combat Bullying: A Whole School Program” (ComBuS), aims to develop a whole school programme that will empower students, teachers, school staff, school leaders, and parents to combat bullying and create healthy and safe school communities, using blended (face-to-face, online and mobile) methodologies, tools, and activities. 

Over the past 18 months, the Combat Bullying project team have developed and implemented activities targeting all individuals involved in supporting children and young people through school. The project has so far involved students, parents, teachers, school leaders, and staff in a participatory and empowering manner; and we have delivered a series of workshops directly with local schools in Meath since the beginning of the year. 

To facilitate our work, our transnational project team have developed a toolkit of resources for parents, teachers and school principals which are now freely available to use online. 

These training materials and resources can be found on the project website: