United against bullying
Over 30% of children and young people experienced bullying in the last year. With nearly one child in every classroom experiencing bullying every day. Bullying significantly impacts a child's life and their experience of adulthood. Adults who were bullied as a child are more likely to:
- Experience a range of mental health issues
- Leave school with no qualifications
- Not be in stable relationships
In the last year we have provided CPD training to over 20,000 participants and Anti-Bullying Week and Odd Socks Day reached over 7 million young people. We've achieved so much but there is still a long way to go.
We need your help to:
- raise awareness of all forms of bullying and make sure children and young people know where to get support;
- give teachers the training and tools they need to stop bullying;
- give parents and carers the information they need to support children and take action to stop bullying and,
- influence and improve national policy on bullying so that the UK is a world leader in preventing bullying.
Donate today to make a difference and help us to stop bullying for good.