Anti Bullying week begins Monday 16 November until Friday 20 November 2020.
The theme for Anti-Bullying week 2020 is: United against Bullying. The Anti Bullying Alliance worked with over 300 young people and 100 members of school staff to develop the theme.
The goal is for us all to UNITE in tackling bullying. This year more than ever we have witnessed the positive power society can have when we come together to tackle a challenge.
Anti-Bullying week is a great way to get involved and take a stand against bullying and raise awareness in your school or setting. There are many resources online to help schools/settings celebrate and take part in Anti-Bullying week (shown in the links below).
You can also follow events on Social media using #antibullyingweek and #abw20.
Karen Davison, Director of Early Help at Together for Children said “This year has been very challenging for many, but society has shown when they pull together, they can make positive changes. We need to encourage our children and young people to be united against bullying. Anti-bullying week highlights the struggles our young people face and provides information and guidance on how we can support each other to make a difference. We can reduce bullying if we tackle it together.”
Together for Children will be holding a virtual Anti – bullying Conference on Friday 20th November inviting all schools and settings in Sunderland. We will showcase a variety of services Together for Children can offer, which can help support tackle bullying and the impact bullying has on our children and young people in the city.
Together for Children actively works with schools, young people, parents and other professionals to offer support and resources. We also champion an Anti-bullying Charter Mark that education settings work toward to bring about positive change.
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