Tag Archives: bullying

Refusal on grounds that information does not exist…

Quite an interesting response to an OIA… in terms of language and formality. Not sure I have grounds to appeal! If it is good enough for the Speaker of the House then maybe the Ministry of Education should run a … Continue reading

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Trust – Hard to gain, easy to lose.

  Sadly this type of bullying occurs in schools. The thoughtlessness of a few impacts the victim and reflects (unfairly) on the entire school. Thankfully this callous act was brought to the attention of the right people.

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Are you a hyena?

I am reading a book (as member of a book-club) called “A Tale for the Time Being” by Ruth Ozeki. On reading the following extract it occurred to me that if I had a class where bullying was happening it would be quite … Continue reading

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Red card for red card?

Heard recently… An employer requiring middle management to monitor specific parts of an employees work and in the event it was not completed satisfactorily required to issue a “red card”. An actual red card! And what if these red cards were given … Continue reading

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