Highlights of 2013
Massive thank you to everyone that supported Anti-Bullying Week 2013.
Highlights of the week
Reaching over 1,000 schools and new member organisations, who joined our School and College Network or membership concerned about issues of cyber-bullying.
Working with internet security experts McAfee:
We released the 'Digital Deceptions: The Behaviour of Teens Online'
report, showing that only 1 in 10 parents think their child is safe online We ran a twitter competition to spread the word that we want the future to be 'safe, fun and connected'. Five lucky Twitter users won a year's subscription of McAfee's LiveSafe software
We created informative
videos on cyberbullying for children, young people and parents.
Having over 300 media hits supporting this year's theme - Our young Ambassador Khushal was on BBC news and our National Co-ordinator Luke Robert's was on the BBC Breakfast couch to kick off Anti-Bullying Week 2013 on the Monday.
Developing lesson plans and top tips for children and young people, parents and professionals. See our cyberbullying resources for more information.
Running a national writing competition with RHCP
Hundreds of children and young people entered the competition from schools and colleges across England. Entries were all on the topic of cyberbullying and were judged by well-known children author's John Lucas and Laura Dockrill. See the winners here.
Poll with legal experts Slater and Gordan
survey of children, parents and teachers highlighted the importance of ABA's work as it revealed that parents and teachers struggle to keep children safe online.
Going to the ABW2013 Official Film screening
, produced by Film Creatives for ABA, is a short film (for Key Stage 2) that follows Harry, who is being cyberbullied at school and loses his confidence. However as an aspiring young filmmaker who loves making films, we witness Harry use his talent to promote the positive use of technology and put a stop to the bullying. The film was showcased at Picture House cinema's across the country during Anti-Bullying Week and we were lucky enough to have VIP seats! iFuture My Future
Supporting Thomas Knights at his #REDHOT photography exhibition
The exhibition was all about celebrating the beauty of red hair and to challenge the stigma's attached to it. #REDHOT charity calendars were sold in aid of ABA and we were featured on BBC World News with Thomas Knights talking about ginger bullying: