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Video clip 5: Preventing bullying

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Children with disabilities are subject to disproportionate levels of bullying, and schools have a general duty to eliminate harassment of disabled people. In this section, we hear from parents about some anxieties they have that their children may be bullied, the approaches that some schools have taken to prevent bullying and how well pupils feel protected.

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