A report compiled by CATS shows that bullying is affecting the learning outcomes and emotional health of primary school students.
Primary school students who are being bullied and/or experiencing emotional difficulties are falling behind at school.
Channel 9 reports on the latest CATS research, highlighting that children as young as eight years old are unsatisfied with their bodies.
Hear Dr Libby Hughes and some CATS participants talk about poor perceptions of body image in young children.
The Age reports on recent research out of CATS, showing that body image pressures begin as young as eight years old.
Dr Lisa Mundy speaks to Peter Bell & Paula Kruger about using recent CATS research to prevent bullying in the future. *Link unavailable*
Dr Lisa Mundy speaks with Jon Faine about how having a group of friends can protect the mental health of a bullied child.
School bullying is depressingly common but having a group of friends, not just a single “bestie”, may bolster a child’s resilience.
One in five grade three boys have emotional or behavioural problems, putting their academic performance a year behind their peers.