Anti-bullying survey for the parents of SNM children
I am interested in how bullying is dealt with in this school. Please read each question and select an answer that best describes how you feel most of the time. Thank you for taking the time to fill it in.
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Age of your child *
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What class is your child in? *
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Q1. This school has a positive school culture and climate, which makes my child feel safe and secure. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q2. Ireland is a great place to live and I am happy for my child to grow up here. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q3. The principal and other leaders in the school are playing a key role in preventing and tackling bullying in this school. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q4. Cyber bullying is defined as ‘personal intimidation, impersonation and exclusion which is carried out using the internet, mobile phones or other technological devices (2004, Minton and O’ Moore)’. Where do you think this type of bullying happens most? *
Q5. Traditional bullying is defined as ‘unwanted negative behaviour, verbal, psychological or physical conducted by an individual or group against another person (or persons) and which is repeated over time’ (Department of Education and Skills, 2013: 8). Where do you think this type of bullying happens most *
Q6. Does your child have access to a mobile phone or computer? *
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Q7. How often does your child go online? *
Q8 (i). Has your child experienced bullying since September this year? *
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Q8 (ii). Has your child experienced bullying since coming back from the midterm break? *
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Q9. If someone is different are they more likely to be bullied? *
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Q10. In what ways can children be different? *
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Q11. Does your child use their mobile phone in school? *
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Q12. Do you think cyber-bullying and face to face (traditional) bullying are; (you can choose more than one) *
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Q13. What did the children in this school answer when asked: Teachers don’t know how to deal with bullying. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q14.What did the children in this school answer when asked: Parents don't know how to deal with bullying. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q15. Children know more about the internet, texting, Facebook, instant messaging and video games than teachers and parents? *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q16. What did the children in this school answer when asked: what would you do if you noticed or witnessed someone being cyber-bullied/ bullied? (you can tick as many as you want) *
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Q17. What did the children in this school answer when asked: If you were being bothered on line would you; (you can tick as many as you want) *
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Q18. Has your child EVER experienced bullying , online or offline? *
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Q19. Section 13 of the Postal and Telecommunications Act states that anyone who sends a telephone message that is grossly offensive, or incident, obscene or menacing, commits an offence (Government of Ireland, 2009).’ Did you know that sending horrible or nasty texts or messages on line is an illegal offence? *
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Q20. On a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the most confident, how confident are you in dealing with bullying? *
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Extremely confident
Q21. Has anyone told you about how to deal with bullying? *
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Q22. Who supervises children when they are on the internet? *
Q23. Listed below are some internet tools. Tick the ones that can be used to cyber bully. *
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Q24. What do children use the internet for most of the time? *
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Q25. Students don’t tell their parents or teachers about bullying because: *
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Q26. Students, teachers and parents need to work together in designing a plan to beat bullying in our school. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q27. True or false? Tick the box if you think it's TRUE. *
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Q28. True or false? Tick the box if you think it's TRUE. *
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Q29. What are some ways that will stop bullying in our school or at home? Tick as many as you want. *
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Q30. What did the children in this school answer when asked: How do adults react to cyber-bullying/ bullying? *
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Q31. What did the children in this school answer when asked: I see cyber-bullying or bullying in my school. *
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Q32. What did the children in this school answer when asked: I see cyber-bullying or bullying on the schoolyard. *
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Q33. Are you familiar with the Anti-bullying policy in our school? *
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Q34. There is a high degree of school-wide vigilance and openness in dealing with bullying in this school. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q35. What, in your opinion, is the best way to communicate to children what bullying is and the impact it has on the children in this school? (You can tick more than one) *
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Q36. What, in your opinion, is the best way to communicate to parents and the wider school community what bullying is and the impact it has on the children in this school? (You can tick more than one) *
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Q37. On a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the most confident, how confident are you in dealing with traditional bullying? *
Not at all confident
Very confident
Q38. On a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the most confident, how confident are you in dealing with cyber-bullying? *
Not at all confident
Very Confident
Q39. On a scale of 1 to 5, 5 being the most confident, how confident are you in dealing with other types of bullying? *
Not at all confident
Very confident
Q40. Would you agree to be part of an anti-bullying committee made up of teachers, students and parents if asked? *
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Q41. On a scale of 1-5, 5 being the best, how good are the teaching staff at supervising and monitoring children outside the classroom? *
Not so good
Excellent
Q42. There are adequate supports for victims and perpetrators of bullying in our school after incidences have occurred. *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Q43. Is there a programme set out clearly for working with pupils (bullies and victims) after bullying has occurred? *
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