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Roots of Empathy in England

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  • Roots of Empathy launched programmes in England in 2012-2013
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  • 93% of pupils reported that if they saw a friend being bullied or treated meanly, they would help them – Roots of Empathy 2019 Annual Programme Evaluation
  • 92% of teachers strongly agreed or agreed that as a result of Roots of Empathy, pupils are more able to understand other people’s points of view. – Roots of Empathy 2018 Annual Programme Evaluation
  • 92% of teachers strongly agreed or agreed that as a result of Roots of Empathy, pupils showed more prosocial behaviour (e.g. sharing, helping, cooperating) by the end of the school year. – Roots of Empathy 2018 Annual Programme Evaluation
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What teachers, pupils, parents and instructors in England say

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