Charlestown part 2

Monday, 30 November 2015 by

It was great to return again to Charlestown Primary today. This week was stranger awareness. Returning next week to run our Stay Safe Mentor programme and parents assembly!

Top of the Hill

Monday, 23 November 2015 by

When I think of schools that give that little bit extra, I would certainly say one of the schools on top of the ‘Hill’ would be ‘Sandy Hill Academy’ in St Austell. We try our hardest to do what we can to help promote the education of bullying. However when a school continues to run

Wow what a week! 8 schools, 100’s of children, and our first TV appearance! We sure made a noise about bullying for ‪#‎antibullying‬ week this year! Anti-Bullying Alliance thanks to everyone we worked with and all the love and support we are getting at the moment! Educating & Protecting children is what we do!!!!

Stay Safe! hits Sky TV

Monday, 23 November 2015 by

See our Founder and Head Instructor on Sky TV’s ‘ Chrissy B Show’. This episode is dedicated to promoting ‘Anti-bullying week 2015’. If you like it please share, it all helps to get our message out!! Also see our anti-bullying week promo video near the end.   ********Click on image to view the link************  

Thanks to Whitemoor Academy for having us in today to work with your Y5&6’s! #antibullyingweek. This was our last session of the week…….and RELAX!!

Back to Charlestown in 2015

Monday, 23 November 2015 by

A fantastic time at Charlestown Primary this morning, such a great bunch of Y6’s. See you next week for Stranger Awareness!!! Below is some of their hard work prior to our visit. #AntiBullyingWeek

An excellent morning at Rosemellin this morning! Y5 ‪#‎antibullyingweek‬ workshop! They were certainly ready to make a noise about bullying. they had posters put up around the school to help spread the word.

St Germans Primary

Monday, 23 November 2015 by

A great workshop today at St Germans Primary School, working with Y4-Y6 ‪#‎antibullyingweek‬. A very nice school!!  

Primary Times

Monday, 23 November 2015 by

Thanks to Primary Times Cornwall for the great write up about us and ‘Anti-bullying week’ in their last issue of the year  

Return to Parc Eglos

Monday, 23 November 2015 by

A busy but great day today, started off with a return visit to Parc Eglos School to work with this years Y5 and then over to Mullion Primary to work with Y5/Y6. Thanks guys!

The Facts.

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

The facts! This is just a few reasons why our work is so important for school children.

Anti-bullying Day

Thursday, 22 October 2015 by

We were very pleased to visit Coads Green Primary school this week to give a day of Anti-bullying workshops. we worked with KS2 pupils in the morning and a first for us in the afternoon we help a especially formatted workshop for their KS1 pupils. We had a great day and worked with a great

Help! My child is the cyberbully

Thursday, 15 October 2015 by

Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) Lauren Seager-Smith is National Coordinator of the Anti-Bullying Alliance, hosted at the National Children’s Bureau. Lauren has many years experience providing expertise and guidance relating to all forms of bullying and has a background providing education advocacy and behaviour support in primary and secondary schools. Lauren is a Mum to two lively

Stay Safe “In Action”

Thursday, 15 October 2015 by

We are very proud of the work we put into Stay Safe!. please see us in action in our new promo video.  

Enjoyed returning to North Petherwin and Werrington schools today to hold our Stranger Awareness workshop. well done guys. 10 out of 10 to all. We hope to return again next year, for future Y6’s.  

A great Anti-bullying session for North Petherwin and Werrington schools today. Looking forward to returning next week for our Stranger Awareness day.

Newsletter post

Monday, 28 September 2015 by

Great to be in the Pondhu Primary newsletter follow our visit last week.  

Pondhu Mentors

Monday, 21 September 2015 by

We had a great morning today at Pondhu Primary School. Working with six carefully selected Y6 pupils to start their School ‘Stay Safe Mentor’ training. Fantastic input from all, especially when thinking of playground games (and taking selfies) . 10 out of 10 for all. These guys will make amazing mentors and role-models for the

NOT GOOD ENOUGH!

Tuesday, 15 September 2015 by

Nearly half of school children ‘bullied every day’ Click image to view report.  

Anti-bullying Resources

Tuesday, 15 September 2015 by

As we are members of the National group the ‘Anti-bullying Alliance’ we would like to share the resources we have at our fingertips with you! Click logo below to be directed to their webpage

Be WebWise

Tuesday, 15 September 2015 by

Protection from online bullying and harassment Click image to view link.

Mentors at the ready!!

Sunday, 13 September 2015 by

Very excited! These arrived today. All ready now for our first ‘Stay Safe!’ mentor programme in a weeks time at Pondhu Primary School in St Austell.   Your all going to look awesome in these guys!  

Anti-Bullying Week 2015

Monday, 07 September 2015 by

We are all ready for this years Anti-bullying week. Please let us help your school to get ready to ‘Make a No!se about Bullying’ as well. Please view, enjoy & share our ‪#‎ANTIBULLYINGWEEK‬ video. We’re Ready……are you? Click image to View…

Back in the hot seat!!

Monday, 07 September 2015 by

As kids are heading back to school over the next few days, we are excited to be getting back to what we do best! Educating and Protecting Young People! Creating positive, confident kids that always know how to STAY SAFE!!! See you soon guys.  

Nanpean Revisited

Friday, 26 June 2015 by

It was great to go revisit Nanpean Primary School again this year to work with their current Y6’s prior to them leaving for Secondary School. We held both our Anti-Bullying & Stranger Awareness workshops. Even though it was a fairly small group, it didn’t stop them putting BIG EFFORT and ENTHUSIASM  in to both sessions.

Stay Safe Video Series (Anti-Bullying). Using positive body language, can help you ‘NOT’ be a Target. Bullies will look for an easy target……Don’t give them one! Act positive, look positive, BECOME POSITIVE!!   *******CLICK IMAGE TO VIEW VIDEO*******  

This is why we are here!!

Thursday, 18 June 2015 by

This is why we do what we do. Following an incident outside a local school it has reconfirmed how important our work is!!

YELL – RUN – TELL (Part1), teaching children to make the correct noise when in danger is important. Screaming is not good enough!! Here the children are finding their voices and learning how to make the “Correct Noise” by shouting out clear instructions for HELP. *****CLICK IMAGE TO VIEW*****

Returned to St Mewan

Tuesday, 09 June 2015 by

A great couple of sessions @ St Mewan this and last week. It was great to return again to work with this years Y6’s. A very enthusiastic bunch of kids and all round great positive school.

First visit to Camelford

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 by

A great day @Camelford Primary!!! Anti bullying with Y4’s in the morning and Stranger Awareness with Y5’s in the afternoon! Well done guys!!!!

Budget Consequences

Monday, 01 June 2015 by

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A great clip from a recent workshop at St Teath & St Breward school. The task was to think of a portentially dangerous situation, and how to react. What to do and more importantly what to say.   These 3 girls ticked all the boxes. Not only understanding a dangerous situation but mentioning there is

Cornish Guardian Visit

Thursday, 28 May 2015 by

  We had the Cornish Guardian cover one of our recent workshops at Pondhu. Below is the online post.

We are very pleased that the National group ‘Anti-Bullying Alliance’ wanted to use us in their ‘meet our members’ video range.   View video below (Bottom of page.) OR click you tube picture.  

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A Productive Week

Thursday, 21 May 2015 by

We have had a very busy, but highly productive week. Kicking things of at St Teath & St Brewards school, then Pondhu (St Austell), St Marys (Bodmin) and finally back to Pondhu (St Austell). One Anti-Bullying and three (new and improved) Stranger Awareness workshops. It has been a great week. All the children across the

FEEDBACK

Monday, 11 May 2015 by

We struggle to get Feedback from schools sometimes. But when we do, it make’s ALL the difference. From Iain, Y5 teacher at Mylor Bridge Primary, Falmouth. Richard, It was a fantastic afternoon yesterday and great to meet you. We revisited in class again briefly this morning with the photographs and Mr Lea asked some of

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