Each year there is a week specifically designated as “Anti Bullying Week’ and in 2013 the week is in November. Whilst, of course, every week needs to be anti bullying it is still good to designate a co-ordinated anti bullying week when organisations – schools, youth groups, parent bodies and students – can put a specific focus and create activities to reinforce the message that bullying is not acceptable.
Here is Australia we also have a National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence which, this year, is on Friday 15th March 2013. The government website bullyingnoway.gov.au has grea information for parents, students and teachers as well as all the up to date news.
The day is about students, parents, teachers and school communities working together to create positive school environments free from bullying, harassment and violence.
Schools across Australia are encouraged to register to be part of the National Day and to ‘Take a Stand Together’.
Schools can participate by organising local events and activities to mark the National Day.
By registering to be part of the day, your school will help to unify the many anti-bullying activities happening in schools across the country.
Register now to list your school as one of the Australian schools ‘Taking a Stand Together’ on the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence in 2013.
Schools that register will receive news and events information, resources and tips on activities for the day and free promotional material for students!
Register your school today to be part of the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence for 2013. Get in early and get ready for Friday 15 March, 2013
For more details about the National Day of Action, please visit: