Wear Blue Day 2017

Wear blue and show your support for anti bullying

Thank you to all those who supported our Wear Blue Day on 10 November 2017. We asked schools, colleges, universities, individuals, organisations and businesses to wear blue and donate to Bullying UK. 

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Wear blue day 

We all know someone who has experienced bullying in some aspect of their life. We recognise that the impact of bullying can be a very difficult process to overcome. 

"Keeps being horrible to me about everything. He was my best friend. I can’t move away because I would have no one as a friend. All my other friends gang up with him against me and I’m always the butt of the joke."

Our wear blue day is in recognition of all those who have suffered from bullying or are experiencing this to come together and stand up to bullying.

 

 

 

'Just be you' and wear blue

This brilliant video has been made by the amazing team at PQA Torbay to help support #wearblueday and anti-bullying.  

 

Download our wear blue pack which is packed full of fun ideas, posters and more. 


We want to see you in blue on #wearblueday

Please send us your great pics of wear blue day to us on Twitter or Facebook so we can celebrate and share your great pictures. If you would like to show your support on social media please use the hashtag #wearblueday. You can also email us at wearblue@familylives.org.uk your fantastic pictures wearing blue so we can share them on social media and our website.

Please click on the poster below to download your copy to display. 

Register your interest 

If you would like to get involved or participate in our wear blue day on the 10 November 2017. Please complete the form below to register your interest and receive updates.

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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