Anti bullying week 2015

Ideas and resources for anti bullying week 2015

Anti bullying Week 2015 is being held between the 16th and 20th November with the theme "make a noise about bullying" organised by Anti-Bullying Alliance. Follow the events on social media using #antibullyingweek. 

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Anti bullying week is a great way to get involved, take a stand against bullying and raise awareness in your school, colllege or organisation. Bullying doesn't just affect children but adults too. 

Anti bullying week ideas for schools 

We have produced a number of posters for your school or organisation that you can download and display. Please visit our anti bullying week resources page. 

Why not plan a lesson around bullying and take a look at our classroom packs which contain flash cards and presentations. 

Wear blue and show your support on 20 November 2015 for anti bullying week 

We are launching our wear blue campaign and asking schools, organisations and individuals to wear blue on 20 November 2015 and donate to Bullying UK. This can be anything from blue jeans, blue top or you could wear something really out there and stand out for bullying. Please visit our wear blue page and download a poster for your school or organisation. 

Fundraising packs for anti bullying week 

We have produced a great anti bullying week fundraising pack that includes ideas for ways you can raise money to support those experiencing bullying. Fundraising during anti bullying week is a great opportunity to get your school to promote positive messages about anti-bullying, raise awareness of how your school protects children from bullying, raise funds for Bullying UK and have fun at the same time. Download the Bullying UK Fundraising Pack.

We’re sure that there’s something here for everyone, but you can always come up with your own fundraising idea too. If you are planning an event at your school for Anti Bullying Week 2015, why not let us know. Send us an email

Bullying or banter?

We know that many young people like to watch videos of issues that affect them and the Pauline Quirke Academy have made us a video on bullying or banter and why it is important to make a noise about bullying. 

We are working in partnership with the Ben Cohen Stand Up Foundation

How we can help you

If you would like support and advice, you can talk to one of our Family Support Workers by calling our confidential helpline on 0808 800 2222. You can also share experiences and advice with other parents on our Forums. Family Lives is here for you and you can contact us about any family issue, big or small.

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