15th November 2018
Anti-Bully Week – Mental Health
The effects of bullying can have a huge impact on everyone, whether that is at school, work, college or socially. Anti-bullying week is a great way to take part and take a stand against bullying by raising awareness in your school, colllege or organisation.
Bullying doesn't just affect children but adults too.
‘A recent survey suggests that one child in every classroom has been bullied every single day during the past six months. More than four in five of the 1,000 children surveyed saw pupils bullying each other, while more than two in five have witnessed adults bullying each other over the past six months. These instances occur in both face-to-face and online interactions.’
Everyone has to think about how anti-bulling messages in schools and settings are communicated and how it will have an impact. This year’s theme Anti-Bullying Week is ‘Choose Respect‘, encouraging everyone to be respectful, kind and caring towards one another.
Whether they are speaking to each other face to face or on an online platform such as social media. What people say to one another can easily stick and cause long-term harm and lead to more serious problems in the future.
We have a wide range of different training courses relating to Mental Health and the Wellbeing of Children and Adults.
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