Anti Bullying Ambassadors
The princess Diana award has come to Aldworth! The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme trains students from across the UK to become Ambassadors for Anti-Bullying within their schools and Communities. The award holds training events giving them inspiration and practical top tips to combat bullying. Ultimately the Ambassadors help to prevent and challenge bullying and ensure everyone feels safe and happy in their school.
There will be a range of events organised by the Ambassadors for Anti-Bullying week which is 17 - 21 November.
Interactive tools for anti-bullying week
The Police and Crime Commission for Hampshire are asking for young people aged between 14 and 25 to fill in an online survey about cyber/digital bullying. The link to this survey is: http://bit.ly/1xE1XmU
There is also a live Twitter Chat arranged on Thursday evening (20 November) from 6pm til 8pm. If young people from your school have any questions regarding bullying, particularly online/digital bullying, there will be a member of the Constabulary here to answer questions and also a representative from Bullying UK. Students can tweet their questions to: @BePartoftheSol between 6pm and 8pm on Thursday night using the hash tag #stampoutbullying
For any more information please contact Miss Hubbard – Pastoral Support Assistant