The week long event which is to end tomorrow saw the creation of numerous activities and resources for parents and professionals alike, including videos for teachers on how to talk to parents who are worried about their children and videos for parents who are dealing with schools and local authorities.
Yesterday morning Beatbullying went to the office of Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, to deliver the Big March Petition in person. Clegg was said to be surprised by the weight of support (The Petition represents the support of over 900,000 people who have joined the campaign to date) and intends to carefully consider the review.
If you would like to view the virtual delivery of the petition please click here and if you are a young person aged 11 – 18 and are feeling troubled by something and don’t know who to talk to, you can visit Beatbullyings sister site CyberMentors. CyberMentors will give you the opportunity to talk to young people online just like you and there is also the option of talking to a counsellor if something is really serious.
Alternatively, if you are a parent or a young person who would like to find out a bit more about how counselling could help you then please visit our bullying factsheet here and to contact a counsellor please use the search tool located on our homepage.