Schools asked to put policies online
A co-ordinated approach to bullying between schools and the Department of Education and Children could lead to a 'better deal' for students.
That's the view of Garff MHK Daphne Caine.
She says a collection of information in a central log of incidences would help identify problem areas.
At this week's sitting of the House of Keys, member for Education Ann Corlett said schools will be required to put their bullying policies online.
Mrs Caine says the move will lead to more accountability: