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The Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme

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The Anti-Bullying Ambassador programme offers fun, informative and interactive training to young people, staff, and parents to help them tackle bullying in their schools and communities. Our practical ideas, information and top tips leave staff, young people and parents feeling confident, motivated and inspired to stamp out bullying.

We work in partnership with the Department for Education and to date have trained 6,000 young people from across the United Kingdom to be Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.

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To find more about our training events and how you can book on please visit the website which is dedicated to the Anti-Bullying Ambassador programme:

If you have any queries, or for more information, please contact: or call 0207 628 7499 ext:204.

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Feedback from training/programme:

‘I am convinced that our improved attendance now 95.3% and fall in exclusions is a direct result of our engagement with The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Programme. Having Anti-Bullying Ambassadors trained by you has changed lives, attitudes and I would go as far to say the whole culture of our school’.

Julia R Turner, Head teacher, Churnet View Middle School, Leek, Staffordshire

‘I wanted to say a very big thank you for yesterday. It is one of the most useful days I have spent with students for a long time and I think the work that you are doing is fantastic’.

Feedback on training by Serena Evans, Assistant Head teacher, Coombeshead Academy, Devon


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Watch our Anti-Bullying Programme Manager Alex on Channel 5 Thursday 4th April at 10pm and Thursday 11th April at 10pm!

The Diana Award’s Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme has teamed up with Anti-Bullying Campaigner Jodie Marsh to share some of the good practice that exists in the UK when it comes to bullying and behaviour.

Featured in episode 2 is Alex Holmes. Alex is our Anti-Bullying Programme Manager, he was bullied at school and turned this passion into a full-time job after receiving a Diana Award for his campaign work. He now trains young people across the country (as far as London, Leeds, Scotland, Ireland and the Isle of Wight) to be Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors ensure that their school or organisation is a safe, happy and bully free environment. We train schools, adults and staff giving them the knowledge, inspiration and practical ideas to make a difference.

Currently we have trained over 5,000 young people and the programme has reached 600 schools in partnership with the government’s Department for Education.

If you would like to get in touch with Alex or find out how you can bring the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme to a school or organisation near you, please email: We train lots of young people and adults across the country, but at present are a small team- we will aim to get back to as soon as possible.

To watch the episodes again please go to:

Links and further support of our work

If you’re being bullied and need to speak to someone urgently please go to: or

To watch the episodes again please go to:

Some videos that support our work:

Here is Jodie talking about our Anti-Bullying work:

To see how our Anti-Bullying Programme works in lots of schools across the UK, please watch this short video:

Here is our latest Anti-Bullying Week Event in London:

You can also find last year’s TV show here:

For press/media enquires, offers of support/fundraising or any other queries please contact The Diana Award’s Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme on: 0845 337 2987 or email

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