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What's happening

Anti-Bullying Week 2016 #PowerforGood

Nominate outstanding teachers for the @ABAonline #PowerforGood award.
Visit http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week/power-for-good-award/

Can your school make the official #antibullyingweek film and win prizes?
Visit http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week/official-film-competition/

NEW ! Stonewall Guide - 10 steps to tackling HBT language in your school

New Chips Resource Available (Challenging Homophobia in Primary Schools)

Visit www.equalitiesprimary.com for further information about:

  • CHIPS resources
  • ‘No Outsiders in our school: teaching the Equalities Act in primary schools’
  • ‘All families welcome’ jigsaws and associated training

ZAP Anti-bullying and assertiveness workshops from National Anti-bullying charity Kidscape now available

Anti-Bullying Event 2015 – Lots of up to date information about bullying from Anti-Bullying Alliance

Free online ABA training to reduce SEND bullying

Cyber-bullying & Internet Safety

Parents from Nechells Pod, together with Birmingham’s Bullying Reduction Action Group (BRAG), have produced two advice leaflets for parents, the first of which was launched at the Nechells Olympics in June 2012.

A copy of the leaflets (and a cyberbullying presentation for professionals) can be downloaded below:

LGBT + Inclusion

The Educate & Celebrate programme contains classroom resources for both Primary & Secondary with further links to policy & training information


Birmingham and West Midlands LGBT web sites

LGBT - Campaigning Organisations

The Birmingham Pledge – Let's Stop Bullying for All

We are proud of Birmingham's great diversity and want our city to be a place where everyone is welcome and can play a positive and active part.

We believe that all children, young people and adults have the right to learn and work in an environment where they feel safe and that is free from harassment and bullying.

We believe that bullying for any reason is unacceptable and we pledge to tackle all types of bullying, including bullying on account of people's race, creed, colour, sexual orientation or special needs and disability.

We will work individually and together in our schools, communities and businesses to reduce bullying of all children and young people in our city and keep them safe online.