Early on in my career I was confronted with a dilemma within a training session with volunteer
Report it straight away: If you know that someone is being bullied, talk to a parent or teacher.
In The Annual Bullying Survey 2015, Ditch the Label recently found that 1 in 2 people have bullied
Tell someone. As with any type of bullying it so important that you don’t suffer in silence and
It’s not your fault Being bullied, for whatever reason, is never, in any way, ever acceptable. And
Bullying can make you feel scared, upset, and embarrassed. Mencap have created some guidelines and
If you’re being bullied, it’s natural to wonder whether there’s something wrong with you, or ask
If you’re not already an Anti-Bullying Ambassador that has been trained by The Diana Award, we