During Anti-Bullying Week we are asking adults and young people alike to get involved in a national conversation about what #respectmeans to them – encouraging them to show leadership against bullying and reflect on their own and others’ behaviour. Respect is fundamental to all relationships – including online relationships – and it should be at the heart of how we treat each other. We want to send the message that positive cultures based on respect prevent bullying and we can all make a difference.
We will have a range of resources for practitioners available to order or download from our website from 30 October, including new posters, postcards and activity plans.
There are lots of ways you can get involved and share the message across your networks.