This Week is #AntiBullyingWeek
Bullying can make Children and Young People feel isolated and worthless, scared, lonely and lacking in confidence. But, it doesn’t have to be this way. #ChooseKindness
NPFS have teamed up with Parenting Across Scotland to create a joint social media campaign sharing information for Mums, Dads and Carers about bullying.
Visit our Twitter pages (@parentforumscot and @ScotParents) each day this week to follow our Anti-Bullying campaign and see what advice is out there for Parents and Carers.
Bullying is always unacceptable, and change starts with working together. #ChangeStartsWithUs
Update to Post, Friday 15th November
Did you see our joint social media campaign with Parenting Across Scotland? 👉 https://bit.ly/2q71e3M
Each day this week we posted tweets sharing information for Mums, Dads and Carers about Bullying including how to spot the signs of Bullying, what to do if your child is being bullied, or tips for talking to your child about bullying.
If you missed any of our Tweets, then click on the links below to find out what advice is out there for Parents and Carers about Anti-Bullying. Don’t forget to have a look at what Parenting Across Scotland shared on their Twitter page too (@ScotParents).
Respect Me — https://bit.ly/33Q3g6L
Anti-Bullying Alliance — https://bit.ly/2Xfy0Md