The study aims to address how damage to children’s learning can be minimised in order that their potential can be realised.   This dissertation will also be investigating whether the quality of schools anti-bullying policies within the United Kingdom permits the drawing of any conclusion about the extent of bullying problems occurring within a primary school setting.   In other words, do schools with more detailed anti-bullying policies in place experience decreased rates of bullying? A detailed contents analysis scheme from three different primary schools that are closely following the core Whole-School Intervention Approach to bullying will be emphasised.   According to Smith & Sharp (1999:382 cited in Woods & Wolke 2003)   the whole school intervention approach attempt is to intervene from a variety of perspectives; including increasing awareness among teachers, children and parents, publicising school policies designed to minimise bullying problems and highlighting bullying as a serious issue into the school curriculum as part of the daily learning routine.   The Enquiry Project will ‘evaluate existing research’ on tackling bullying issues within a primary school setting.   The project will also examine various definitions of bullying from different writers’ perspectives; different types of bullying and causes of bullying, bullycide issues will also be analysed, including government and local government initiatives in different schools, and look at how these are implemented in schools.   How effective are they? Are there figures relating to bullying in Primary Schools? Has bullying decreased? This study will highlight the various anti-bullying policies put in place to help as a guide for children, parents and teachers.   In addition, it will stress the issues of leadership effectiveness within the school and likewise compare the findings with other schools.   Secondly, the issue of head teachers and the teaching staff’s obligation to...