We are delighted to support Anti-bullying Week (13th – 19th November) this year to highlight the important ways we can all take action against bullying.
Coordinated by the Anti-bullying Alliance, the theme for the week this year is ‘All different, All equal‘. It gives children and young people the opportunity to celebrate what makes them, and others unique. The aim is to help them understand how important it is that every child feels valued and included in school, able to be themselves, without fear of bullying.
Whether you’re a teacher, parent or carer, there are great ways you can get involved and show your support, take a look below.
As part of Anti-Bullying Week, Odd socks day (Monday 13th November) is an opportunity for children to express themselves and appreciate individuality. Learn more about the day
The Anti-Bullying Alliance is a unique coalition of organisations and individuals, who work together to stop bullying and create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. They are hosted by the National Children’s Bureau and is part of the NCB Education and Equalities Team.
How you treat others will help your child learn how to interact with the world.
Introduce them to a range of people, experiences and religious tradition to give them the opportunity to expand their understanding of the world.
Children who are happy with who they are, are more likely to be accepting of others and make more positive decisions.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance has created a number of resources designed to support schools with their activities this Anti-Bullying Week. Visit their site to see all the resources available.
See more articles and resources to help children stay safe online.