Equip your students and staff with the tools needed to tackle bullying behaviour and create a safer, kinder school community.
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The Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme equips students and staff with the tools needed to tackle bullying behaviour head on, transform your school’s approach to anti-bullying and create a safer, kinder school community. Our Programme is youth-led, with your students leading their anti-bullying campaign as Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.
Your school’s year-long journey on the Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme starts with Anti-Bullying Ambassador Training.
Through a series of engaging group activities and discussions, your students will become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors, ready to kick-start their youth-led anti-bullying campaign to reach their whole school.
A definition of bullying behaviour and the three types (including cyberbullying behaviour).
The importance of being an Upstander and how to intervene safely.
How to identify bullying behaviour and when a peer may be experiencing bullying behaviour.
Supporting a peer who may be experiencing bullying behaviour.
Information about our Anti-Bullying Team and Badges, which provide motivation and ongoing support for both you and your students post-training.
Campaign planning, with ideas and practical next steps to implement in your school to launch your whole-school anti-bullying campaign.
Signposting to further support, including our Resource Centre and Advice Messenger Service.
After your training session, your school will receive 12 months of further support from our dedicated Anti-Bullying Team.
You’ll receive monthly newsletters packed with free resources, videos and articles on how to develop your school’s anti-bullying campaign, personal invitations to regular catch-up calls to develop your school's ideas and tackle challenges, and the opportunity to earn additional badges by running exciting youth-led campaigns in your school.
Already been trained? Head over to our Anti-Bullying Ambassador Support page.
We are thrilled to be back on the road and offering regional in-person Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme training events to Primary and Secondary schools in the 2022 Autumn term and 2023 Spring term!
Can’t find a day near you? Please check back here regularly for event updates, or if you haven’t already you can sign up for our training update to get notified about new training dates.
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Our Anti-Bullying Ambassador Training Programme empowers students and staff to change the attitudes, behaviours, and cultures of bullying behaviour by building skills and confidence to address different situations both on and offline. The training day equips young people and staff members with knowledge of what bullying is and how to tackle it through engaging activities, at the end of which students will make an action plan of how to approach reducing bullying in their schools and will become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. This is all delivered through The Diana Award’s renowned peer-led approach.
The Anti-Bullying Ambassador Training day is delivered as a full-day, in-person session led by one of our expert Anti-Bullying Trainers in a host school.
All upcoming events will be above with the links to their booking request forms.
(Please note: your school’s attendance at an event is not confirmed until you have received an official confirmation of your place from a member of the Diana Award Events team). Places on all events are offered on a first come first served basis.
We kindly ask that schools check back here regularly for event updates, as this list will be updated regularly as new events are available for schools to book.
We aim to cover the whole of the UK with our training offer, but we are small team so this can often take quite some time. Rest assured we are making every effort to be in your area soon and will regularly send updates to registered schools.
Alternatively, you may wish to host your own event, details available in the next section.
We are always looking for generous schools with the space to support us by being a host school for our regional events!
To be a host you must be able to accommodate a minimum of 70 young people and their teachers from local schools for a full day.
If you are interested in hosting a regional event at your school, please contact the Events team email@example.com for a full list of requirements.