Young people who have part time jobs often find it is a positive and rewarding experience. Many young people have part time jobs and Doncaster Council wants to make sure the jobs they do are safe and don't impact on their health, education or wellbeing.
There is a clear link between attendance and attainment. The more time a pupil spends in school the more likely they are to improve their opportunity to fulfil their full potential.
We are often asked for help in working specifically with targets of bullying as this can be a very delicate and upsetting situation.
Racist violence, harassment and abuse are closely related to, and sometimes difficult to distinguish from, bullying. Racist bullying in schools can range from ill-considered remarks, which are not intended to be hurtful, to deliberate physical attacks causing serious injury.
How Can I Help?
It is estimated that 38% of young people have been affected by cyber-bullying, with abusive emails (26%) and text messages (24%) being the most common methods. A worrying 28% of children did not tell anyone about the abuse.
Bullying has been identified as among the biggest concerns that parents have about their children's safety at school. Bullying is also a big concern of young people themselves.
Below is a list of useful support groups and sites for young people
If you are being bullied:
A local survey investigating the safety concerns of local young people.