It’s Anti-Bullying week from 16th-20th November, a time when we focus on the importance of putting a stop to bullying, in order to create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.
Last year, 75% of schools took part in Odd Socks Day – reaching over 7 million young people! Odd Socks Day is the initial part of the campaign that encourages people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality.
This year’s theme is ‘United Against Bullying’, and you can watch some videos about it below.
Also, please do visit the Anti-Bullying Alliance website, to read about the fantastic work they do!
We would encourage you to spread the word using these hashtags in any social media post: