Dinosaurs “Power for Good” Anti-Bullying Week
This week sees the start of Anti-Bullying Week in the United Kingdom. This annual event, aimed at raising awareness about bullying is organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and to coincide with the start of a week-long of activities, Everything Dinosaur is making parents and teachers aware that the company has produced a series of free, dinosaur themed anti-bullying posters. Bullying in schools is being tackled in proactive ways by many schools, but sadly incidents of bullying do still occur. Cyber or on line bullying is also becoming a serious problem, with a report from the NSPCC’s Childline service stating that it counselled more than 4,500 children in the last twelve months, an increase of 88% compared to 2011-2012.
Everything Dinosaur’s Free to Download Anti-Bullying Posters
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Dinosaur Themed Anti-Bullying Posters
Aided by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, a number of country-wide events and activities are planned. These will help to raise awareness over the issue of bullying and the consequences of having been bullied and Everything Dinosaur team members have been doing their bit to help primary school teachers and educationalists to get the anti-bullying message across.
Everything Dinosaur provides teachers, teaching assistants and other educationalists, such as those who home educate, with lots of free teaching resources. Amongst this extensive set of resources, several anti-bullying posters have been prepared, we encourage all interested parties to download these resources.
A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:
“Bullying blights lives and we support the great work done by many organisations to raise awareness about the problem. It is essential that we get the message across to school children that bullying is simply not going to be tolerated. We have seen some tremendous initiatives launched by schools with regards to anti-bullying strategies and we hope our free dinosaur themed anti-bullying posters will help to get this important message across.”