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ABA. Anti-bullying Ambassadors


About ABA

Set up in 2011, the Anti-Bullying Ambassador programme is part of the charity the Diana Award. In 2013 the programme received funding from the Department for Education. The programme offers resources and training to schools and youth organisations in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland. After receiving our training students become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors in schools. In their role they help educate their peers on bullying, lead on anti-bullying campaigns, promote a culture which celebrates and tolerates difference and help keep their peers safe both online and offline. 

What does an Anti-Bullying Ambassador do?

  • To make sure that students being bullied have someone to talk to and know how to report it.
  • To support a child who has been bullied.
  • To help make sure that incidents of bullying are recorded and monitored by the school.
  • To help teach students about how to stay safe online.
  • To support other students and make them feel that they belong to our community.
  • To help teach students that we do not accept bullying at the De Ferrers Academy.
  • To help teachers to lead lessons and assemblies on Anti Bullying at the.
  • To help students understand the different types of bullying.
  • If you need to talk, come and find us were wearing the Blue Diana Award.
  • To help change the culture of bullying at school and make it a safe space for all.
  • To look out for other students at the academy and support them.

Congratulations to Year 10 student Mitchell Axon who is now on the Roll of Honour for 2018: 

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