Anti-bullying and anti-homophobic bullying strategies
Following consultation with children, young people, parents and carers the Liverpool Children’s Services anti-bullying strategy has been refreshed in line with current guidance from the Department for Education.
Liverpool City Council is committed to providing safe environments for children and young people where they develop positive relationships and choose not to bully.
We have an Anti-Bullying Forum to develop and implement a citywide approach, joining together the collective efforts of partners, parents and young people.
Targeted support is required to protect the most vulnerable, including looked after children, children with special educational needs and disabilities, and those who suffer racial and homophobic bullying.
Anti-homophobic bullying strategy
The City of Liverpool is committed to ensuring that none of its citizens will experience bullying or violence and will do everything in its power to challenge and prevent homophobia.
- Local Offer Age Bands
Young Adults (16 to 25)
Primary (5 to 11)
Secondary (11 to 16)
Early Years (0 to 5)