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National Anti-bullying Week
Anti-Bullying Week 2016
In November 2016 the theme for Anti-Bullying Week will be the Power for Good.Tell us about your activity and events on twitter @Hflanti-bullying
This will be a wonderful opportunity to support, develop and celebrate pupil contributions to anti-bullying work and supporting positive relationships.
If you would like HfL to support you during November with pupil or parent sessions or staff training, please book early to avoid disappointment.
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The Anti-bullying Alliance are running a national Power for Good Award for teachers and school staff and an Anti-Bullying Week film competition
Power for Good Award
The Anti-Bullying Alliance have launched the first ever Power for Good award for teachers and school staff. Children and young people can nominate teachers and school staff in England that go above and beyond the call of duty to provide pastoral care to students for issues such as bullying, relationships, family life and mental health. All nominated teachers and school staff will receive a Power for Good certificate. A panel of children and young people from YoungNCB will choose one nomination from Primary and one nomination from Secondary to win our 'Champion of the Year' award. The winners will be announced in Anti-Bullying Week 2016 and the deadline is 5pm on Friday 30th September 2016. For more information visit:
Students can nominate outstanding teachers for the @ABAonline #powerforgood award. Visit:
Could your school make the official film for Anti-Bullying Week 2016?
The Anti-Bullying Alliance are inviting schools to make films share how important it is to use our Power for Good to stop bullying and create the best world possible. The winning film will be used as the official Anti-Bullying Week 2016 film and the school will win a bundle of prizes. The deadline is 31st July 2016. For more information visit:
Can your school make the official #antibullyingweek film and win prizes?
Advice for parents and carers 2013
The Anti-Bullying Alliance produced some helpful briefing papers for a range of different groups to mark anti-bullying week in 2012. Share these in your setting to get people talking about how to improve anti-bullying work.
Briefing for governors
Briefing for school leaders and teachers
Briefing for youth workers
Briefing for FE colleges: leaders, tutors and student services