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Anti-Bullying Week 2016 takes place from 14th-18th November and this year's campaign theme is 'Power for Good' . The key aims are to support children and young people, parents/carers and school staff to use their Power for Good – by understanding the ways in which they are powerful and encouraging individual and collective action to stop bullying and create the best world
possible.

Keep checking our website in the new term for more information and ideas on how your school can take part

Leicestershire anti-bullying surveys

Leicestershire's annual anti-bullying surveys are now live via Survey Monkey.

The surveys are aimed at year 4 and 8 pupils in Leicestershire schools only and are intended to be part of a wider anti-bullying session with the young people completing them as some young people may need some adult assistance with some of the questions.

Once results have been submitted and collated, schools taking part will receive their own results back, along with those of the rest of the schools combined, which will enable comparisons to be made. Please be patient while the data collating is done!

Leicestershire Power For Good assemblies are now available to download and use.

The secondary assembly is suitable for years 6+ and contains a link to a video clip on You Tube. Please ensure you have internet access before using this assembly.

#AntiBullyingWeek superhero competition: The Anti-Bullying Alliance have teamed up with A Place to Hang Your Cape to bring you some brand new superheroes for Anti-Bullying Week 2016. They are holding a competition for young people aged 16 and under to draw themselves as a superhero. The winners will be featured in a 2017 calendar. You can enter the competition by following this link: https://www.ap2hyc.com/2016/08/power-good-calendar-contest/

See these other useful websites

  • Anti-Bullying Alliance Network
    National Children's Bureau
    NSPCC
    Healthy Schools