Failure to succeed
When a child is unable to
report and raise worries
within their learning
environment
I was
bullied
Continually told I
was a failure
Physically bullied
– Primary and
secondary school
forced to
relocate
I didn...
2008, Head Boy –
Berwick Academy
University –
Researched ways in
which children could
report bullying
Findings
Trained as ...
Cyber-bullying
Verbal bullying
Physical bullying
Sexism
Sexting
Revenge Porn
Racism
Homophobia
Extremism
Mental Health
Bul...
What is contributing to children’s failure?
3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year
Over 16,000 11-15 year olds absent at any one time from school
due ...
Launched January 2015
Report Failure, Increase Success
Bullying (Cyber-bullying)
Report
Confidence
Success
Teacher Reply
Remove child’s issue or worry
Short-Term Impacts
6 times more effective than face-to-face reporting
Removing failures by providing leaner’s with a voice...
Long-Term Impacts
Giving someone a voice, unlocks their potential to succeed!
Evidence of Success
Tootoot’s UK heat map of schools
Tootoot’s future plan to unlock Success
Provide all Primary and Secondary school’s with the ability to report and raise
I welcome any questions
tootoot.co.uk
michael@tootoot.co.uk
If at First You Don't Succeed, Try and Try Again! - Michael Brennan
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If at First You Don't Succeed, Try and Try Again! - Michael Brennan

Michael Brennan, Tootoot
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      
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  • 1. Failure to succeed When a child is unable to report and raise worries within their learning environment
  • 2. I was bullied Continually told I was a failure Physically bullied – Primary and secondary school forced to relocate I didn’t know who or where to report bullying to within my school
  • 3. 2008, Head Boy – Berwick Academy University – Researched ways in which children could report bullying Findings Trained as a learning mentor Won National Rotarian Award for services to Anti- Bullying 39% of children never tell anyone that they are being bullied at school
  • 4. Cyber-bullying Verbal bullying Physical bullying Sexism Sexting Revenge Porn Racism Homophobia Extremism Mental Health Bullying What is stopping learners to succeed?
  • 5. What is contributing to children’s failure?
  • 6. 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year Over 16,000 11-15 year olds absent at any one time from school due to bullying Being bullied increases the risk of becoming depressed by 61.5%. 50% of 12 year olds who self harm themselves were/are frequently bullied. On average, lifetime earnings of a victim of bullying are reduced by around £50,000. Engaging in bullying behavior increases the risk of becoming an offender by more than 50%
  • 7. Launched January 2015
  • 8. Report Failure, Increase Success
  • 9. Bullying (Cyber-bullying) Report Confidence Success Teacher Reply Remove child’s issue or worry
  • 10. Short-Term Impacts 6 times more effective than face-to-face reporting Removing failures by providing leaner’s with a voice to succeed
  • 11. Long-Term Impacts Giving someone a voice, unlocks their potential to succeed!
  • 12. Evidence of Success Tootoot’s UK heat map of schools
  • 13. Tootoot’s future plan to unlock Success Provide all Primary and Secondary school’s with the ability to report and raise
  • 14. I welcome any questions tootoot.co.uk michael@tootoot.co.uk