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How You Can Make Bullying Unacceptable

Whether you’re 5 or 55, there is always something you can do to make bullying unacceptable.  We’ve come up with a range of activities, ideas, mini-missions and simple actions you can do by yourself that will really make a difference.

It might be that you raise awareness of bullying by writing to your local MP, show your support for someone you know, get involved in a fundraising event –  or even better, organise one yourself!

It’s often the small actions that can make a real difference to the lives of young people facing the pain of being bullied. If you do take on one of our fundraising missions, be sure to know that however big or small your contribution is, it will enable us continue to provide our bullying prevention and support work, such as our CyberMentors programme – helping thousands of young people who are coming to us in crisis.

Here are some ideas to get you started…and don’t forget to tell us what you’re doing!

Individual Mission #1’Secret Supporter’
The Secret Supporter mission is to let someone know that you value them being around. Sounds pretty simple, doesn’t it? The tricky part is that it needs to be done without them knowing that their Secret Supporter is you!

For this Lesson Plan, you will need to download:

 Download ‘Secret Supporter’

Individual Mission #2’Beat The Bully In Your Head’
What would you say back to that voice in your head saying that you can’t do things or that people don’t like you? This mission will help you to beat that bully in your head!

For this Lesson Plan, you will need to download:

 Download ‘Beat The Bully In Your Head’
Individual Mission #3’Write A Blog’

This mission is an individual mission; we want you to write a blog entry, outlining why you think bullying is unacceptable. Download ‘Write A Blog’Individual Mission #4’Cryptic Code One’
A code breaker game for ages 11 and up.

For this Lesson Plan, you will need to download:

 Download ‘Cryptic Code One’Individual Mission #5’Cryptic Code Two’
A code breaker game for ages 11 and up.

For this Lesson Plan, you will need to download:

 Download ‘Cryptic Code Two’ResourcesAnti-Bullying Week Archive; lesson plans, videos and templatesBeatBullying’s YouTube ChannelBeatBullying on iTunes

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Angel Rivera
I am a Bilingual (Spanish) Psychiatrist with a mixture of strong clinical skills including Emergency Psychiatry, Consultation Liaison, Forensic Psychiatry, Telepsychiatry and Geriatric Psychiatry training in treatment of the elderly. I have training in EMR records thus very comfortable in working with computers. I served the difficult to treat patients in challenging environments in outpatient and inpatient settings
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