Anti-bullying week is 16th–20th November and this year's theme is MAKE A NOISE ABOUT BULLYING!
Anti-Bullying week is an annual celebration of all things anti-bullying. It encourages children, parents and schools to speak out about bullying, involve everyone in the conversation, and work together to find solutions to bullying.
Instant expert: Find out more about Anti-Bullying week from the Anti-Bullying Alliance
Get involved in Anti-Bullying Week 2015 in Oxfordshire
Schools and youth clubs across Oxfordshire are running anti-bullying competitions, having anti-bullying events, running the Oxfordshire anti-bullying survey and providing anti-bullying ambassador training. Look out for what's on in your local school or setting.
Crucial: If your school or setting wants to run the anti-bullying survey they will need to contact the anti-bullying ambassador Jo Brown firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your links and log-ins.
Enter the competition!
The Oxfordshire anti-bullying competition is open to individuals and groups aged 3-19 and there are individual prizes in four age-groups (3-8, 9-11, 12-15 and 11-19) plus prizes for your school or setting. This year you need to make a video clip where you make a noise about bullying!
All entries should be sent to:
Jo Brown, Anti-Bullying Co-ordinator Oxfordshire County Council, County Hall New Road, Oxford. OX1 1ND
Any questions and electronic entries email@example.com
Closing Date: Friday 18th December 2015
NB: All entries must be clearly labelled with full name, age and name of organisation. Winning entries will be displayed on www.oxme.info