This year’s theme is ‘Together We Are Stronger’, urging everyone to think about what it means to have strength of character, how strength can be used for good and how we can empower parents and carers to work together with schools to tackle bullying.
Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum Chair, Celine McStravick, said: “We are once again urging teachers, youth workers, parents and carers to speak to children and young people about this year’s Anti-Bullying Week theme . . . By registering online at www.endbullying.org.uk they will receive their free resource pack, which includes presentations, activity plans, project briefs and ABW16 themed posters, all designed to help stimulate conversation and debate.”
To register for Anti-Bullying Week and find out more about the creative arts competition go to www.endbullying.org.uk, or contact Gill Hassard on 028 90875006 or email [email protected]