Anti-Bullying Week: A light in dark places

As Anti-Bullying Week approaches, the amazing impact that teachers can have on their students is being shown via the Power for Good Award. Lauren Seager-Smith explains

As part of our Anti-Bullying Week preparations this year, we invited children to nominate teachers and school staff who they feel go the extra mile to help them with issues such as bullying, relationships, family life and mental health for our Power for Good Award.

This year was the launch of the award and we were unsure of the response we would get. We were delighted to receive more than 100 nominations from all across England and while we expected to see a good number of pastoral assistants and learning mentors nominated by pupils, we were pleased to receive nominations for teachers across all subjects.

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