Helping kids cope with the rejection of social exclusion

Updated June 11 2013 - 7:23am, first published 7:19am

‘In groups’ and ‘out groups’ have long been part of the social story within school environments. Nowadays, social exclusion is increasingly being recognised more formally as a form of relational aggression or bullying, in which a child is exposed to harm through the manipulation of their social relationships and status.

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