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Anti Bullying Week

10 Nov 2021

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What is Anti Bullying Week? Anti-Bullying Week is coordinated in England and Wales by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, an international organisation that aims to eliminate bullying from society.

Bullying is a serious issue that affects many children, teenagers and adults.

One of the most important things we can do to fight bullying is to raise awareness about it among all people involved in this process — parents, teachers, and students. It’s also crucial for everyone to know what they should do if they witness or experience bullying.

Kindness has never been more important than right now. It’s a time where kindness can break down barriers and brighten the lives of those around us! That’s why ‘One Kind Word’ was chosen as our Anti-bullying week theme this year – from November 15th to 19th, you’ll be able take part in all sorts activities with other people who want their communities filled up by love instead hate

Anti-Bullying Week was started in 2005 and since then has grown into one of the biggest anti-bullying events in England with thousands of schools taking part each year. The idea behind this week is simple — bring together as many people as possible under one umbrella so that we can work together on this common problem and make our world a better place for everyone!

When is Anti Bullying Week?

Anti-bullying week is a nationwide event that takes place in England from November 15th to 19th. This annual campaign, organised by the Anti Bullying Alliance and supported by schools across Great Britain aims at raising awareness among children about the issue of bullying; especially within their own neighbourhood or school community

Parents, carers and teachers will also be asked to play an active role in preventing bullying, with the main focus this time around is demonstrating different ways to support young people and provide an open platform for them to talk about any issues they have with bullying. The main role that carers can provide is creating a safe environment where young people can feel like they are able to talk about their feelings and problems and will receive support.

How can I help raise awareness for Anti Bullying Week?

One word can change someone’s day. One kind phrase, and it could be the difference between feeling hopeful for a moment or sinking into depression all day long- we should say “Hey” more often!

One gentle sentence spoken aloud has an astonishing power: It impacts us as much (if not more) than those around us; because once that person feels seen by us–and heard too—their mood improves exponentially.

To find out more about how you can help a child who is being bullied, visit:
www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk

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