Anti-bullying week videos

A great way to explore bullying issues

Anti-bullying videos are a great way of having conversations on how to spot and tackle bullying. They can provide invaluable advice and support. We have a range of videos that have been made for us by young people across the country. 

Interactive anti-bullying video

In the meantime, you can use the interactive anti-bullying video created last year by Ambient Night Theatre in Birmingham with assistance from Benjamin France. It was created entirely by young volunteers. Throughout this video you will be asked to make a decision from the point of view of the bully, the victim or the friends. These choices will alter the story as you go. You can download our discussion pack with questions to ask students. 



Due to YouTube annotation restrictions these videos are best viewed on a desktop or laptop computer. If you are using an tablet or mobile device please use these links to make your selection: 
Options: Do something -   Do nothing -

Competition winners

During anti bullying week 2016, we ran an anti bullying #erasebullying competition with Pilot Pen UK. The competition asked schools, community groups and families to encourage children and young people to turn over a new leaf and help #erasebullying. These are some of the great winning entries.

Winner - from the Pauline Quirke Academy in Tonbridge


Runner up - from the Pauline Quirke Academy in Newcastle and Durham


PQA Torbay


PQA Milton Keynes 

Tell Someone PQA MK PM Green Group.v.2 from PQAMK on Vimeo.

I can't take it anymore.v.3 from PQAMK on Vimeo.

PQA Rugby 

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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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