Anti-Bullying Week 2016

#bullyingis everyone's business

Bullying is...

Bullying is a problem that can turn up anywhere, and no-one should be left alone to deal with it.  Our key message this year is bullying is everyone's business – if bullying happens around you, see it, say something, and seek a solution.

We spoke to young people and some of their ideas have been brought to life by artist Gavyn Wrench.

Our campaign board is available for download to take your own anti-bullying pledge.  Promise to speak out about bullying and send us your pics by Twitter or Facebook!

Tell us what bullying is to you

We're working with young person's helpline Meic and we want to hear about what bullying means to you. Post your views on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to take part in the conversation.  Between now and Sunday 20 November, tag your post using #BullyingIs and your submission joins into our competition to win signed artwork. You can also email directly if you'd rather – see the full details on the Meic website.

What is bullying to you?

Advice and Help

  • Call – 080880 23456
  • Text – 84001

For Pupils

Friendship Cards in "Sticks and Stones"

Check out our activity pages:

  • Pupils in primary school should check out Sticks and Stones featuring the game ‘Friendship Cards’



Pal Post in "Breaking the Cycle"

For Parents

Bullying is a key issue for the All Wales School Liaison Core Programme:

School Community Police Officer PC Zoey Penrose interviewed about bullying

School Community Police Officer PC Kath Thomas interviewed about cyberbullying