05 SES 05.5 PS, General Poster Session
General Poster Session
A key aim of the European Commission’s Daphne III funding programme is to contribute to the prevention of violence. Under this scheme, a collaboration between Spain, Italy, Denmark, Latvia, Romania and the UK, led by Save the Children Denmark, aimed to prevent bullying in young school children. School bullying affects 20% of school children, and is known to have both short- and long-term negative effects on perpetrators and victims (Ttofi & Farrington, 2012). School bullies are more likely to offend later in life, while victims are more likely to suffer from depression in later life (Ttofi & Farrington, 2012). The important role of bystanders, who are neither bullies nor victims, is increasingly recognised. Negative effects for victims can be reduced in those who have the benefit of social support from bystander peers (Flashpohler, Elfstrom, Vanderzee, Sink, & Birchmeier, 2009). Preventative measures that focus on bystanders in addition to bullies and victims are therefore favoured over punitive actions for bullies (Hong & Espelage, 2012). While interventions for older children generate greater improvements than those for younger children, early interventions are encouraged to halt any emerging problems (Farrington, Lösel, Ttofi, & Theodorakis, 2012). The current project’s objective was to use a common framework within preschools and primary schools to build children’s resilience to bullying. The Social and Emotional Early Development (SEED) programme was developed using evidence-based contributions from Social and Emotional Learning, and Teaching Thinking programmes. A gamification element aimed to enhance children’s motivation and participation.
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