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Transcript of Anti Bullying
and to give people some-one to talk to, because sometimes that is all people need to help them Anti To create an anti bullying campaign
which will help to raise more awareness
about the effects of bullying especially
cyber-bullying as it has very limited control.
The meet-ups will consist of watching videos
of people who have been bullied and other anti-bulling, designing a story board, posters and writing their own script and then filming and presenting it. We will know it is successful by the turnout we get and the final outcome that we will present to the rest of the school in an Assembly. (If that's okay teachers?) We would like to have a twitter account, where people can tweet us ideas they have as well as a facebook page.
We also want to set us ask.fm for students who are not confident to write on facebook or twitter.
We would also like to set up another e-mail account for students to e-mail us their problems because sometimes the do not like talking to people to their face. Purpose There was a serious case of bully with a girl called Amanda Todd. A girl who made one mistake which chased her through three different schools and finally made her commit suicide. NSPC website - school bullying Almost half (46%) of children and young people say they have been bullied at school at some point in their lives.
Between 1 April 2010 to 31 March 2011 ChildLine carried out 30,439 counselling interactions with a primary concern of bullying. This represents 11% of the total counselling interactions undertaken during that period.
Between 8% and 34% of children and young people in the UK have been cyberbullied, and girls are twice as likely to experience persistent cyberbullying than boys.
These are only a few of the statistics that were on the NSPC websites. Bullying Club