Anti-Bullying Week Coming to LEAP


We’ll be hosting drop-ins and events from 16th November to 20th November in support of national Anti-Bullying Week 2015.

LEAP Lincoln is participating in the high profile, AntiBullying Week 2015 campaign led by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. We will be joining thousands of schools, charities and colleges across the country by taking part in Anti-Bullying Week 2015.

Anti-Bullying Week started over 10 years ago to raise the profile of the issue of bullying. Since then, schools and colleges across the country have showed their support by fundraising for the AntiBullying Alliance and raising awareness of the issue of bullying with educational activities across the week. This year, LEAP are supporting this important campaign by holding events to highlight the importance of making a noise about bullying wherever and whenever it happens.

Lauren Seager-Smith, National Coordinator of the Anti-Bullying Alliance says: “We need to empower children and young people to Make a Noise about bullying – wherever and whenever it happens. Through Anti-Bullying Week we will give teachers the tools they need to respond quickly and effectively to resolve bullying when it happens, and parents and carers the information they need to support their children with these issues.”

To get involved or to find out more about Anti Bullying Week contact Lou on 01522 563530 or access the Anti Bullying Week Website on: http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week/


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