Stand up to bullying in your school with Anti-Bullying Ambassador training from The Diana Award

Our programme changes attitudes, behaviours and cultures in schools.

Anti-Bullying Ambassador training empowers students and staff to change the attitudes, behaviours, and cultures of bullying by building skills and confidence to address different situations both on and offline. This is all delivered through The Diana Award’s renowned peer-led approach.

Our expert training is offered FREE to schools across the UK and equips students and staff with the tools needed to tackle bullying head on, helping you to transform your school’s approach to bullying and create a safe and positive environment for everyone.

In light of COVID-19 Anti-Bullying Ambassador training is currently suspended. For more information scroll down to ‘Current Training Locations’ and register to receive an email when training restarts.

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In light of COVID-19 Anti-Bullying Ambassador training is currently suspended.

During this uncertain time, The Diana Award is committed to continuing to support the fantastic anti-bullying work being carried out by our young people. Register below to receive an email when our Anti-Bullying Ambassador online training registration re-opens. We will also share online training opportunities and resources. If you know of colleagues or other schools who may find this useful, please do share the registration link with them.


“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”


Churnet View Middle School, Leek, Staffordshire

“Just wanted to say a huge thank you for today. It was superb to see the students so involved, engaged and keen to get the ball the ball rolling. I was worried that I would have to drag them all through the project, but your inspiration has meant they are all buzzing and will be taking full ownership of the project (as it should be!).”

Year 10 Staff Leader

Kingsbridge Community College

“I enjoyed working with the trainers because they incorporated games into their teaching which was fun. They provided a lot of useful help when talking to our group which helped us come up with ideas on how to promote anti-bullying awareness. l was also praised a lot when I got picked to be the ABA Leader for my school which really boosted my confidence for this role.”


Fort Hill College

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