Anti-Bullying Week 2019

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

This year’s Anti-Bullying Week is to highlight the small and simple changes that we can make to create safer environments for all children and young people.

The week-long event takes place from November 11 to 15 and is being organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

This year’s theme is “Change Starts With Us” with the aim of underlining how everyday acts like listening to young people, having a conversation, thinking about the impact of our words, or stopping before hitting “like” on a hurtful social media post, can help to reduce bullying.

Ahead of the event, the ABA will be working with young people to develop parent tools, films, a social media campaign and a set of free cross-curricular teaching resources to support both primary and secondary schools.

Elsewhere this year, the Anti-Bullying Week School Staff Awards will recognise those inspiring members of the school workforce who go the extra mile to support pupils and prevent bullying.

As well as the Anti-Bullying Week support, a range of resources, including teacher packs and information, is available on the Anti-Bullying Alliance website to help schools with their anti-bullying work all year round.


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