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YPI Counselling Nov 23
News Beat Stories on how bullying has affected them before, during and since lockdown!
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PRMAC_Consulting Nov 23
“People who repeatedly attack your confidence and self-esteem are quite aware of your potential, even if you are not.” ~ W. G. Trotman
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MissL Nov 28
More fantastic work from Year 6 for 🌟- they have really been considering the differences between and (a great tie-in with our learning last week too)
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The value of play & inquiry! Nov 22
Raise your voice against bullying
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Galway Chamber Nov 26
Following up on the video we shared yesterday we are going to look at . Unfortunately, it is a challenge most young people face, but not to worry Sheila O’Malley from Practical Parenting is going to share some helpful advice.
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Gary Goodridge Nov 29
Stop Bullying .. Social and Emotional Impact. Kids who are regularly targeted by bullies often suffer both emotionally and socially.
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Afon Tâf Languages Nov 25
Today 8Q learnt about the effects of . They treated a piece of paper badly...they shouted at it & scrumpled it up. Then, flattened it out and apologised. They realised that the impact of nastiness can never be undone & it leaves a permanent mark.
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Just another Tarie😒 Nov 29
As much as many of us are victims of , we are bullies ourselves, hating all that is contrary or different to our own selves, ways and beliefs. Life is hard for everyone, why do we have to be an extra burden to each other? Aren't we all humans? HUMANITY MUST IMPROVE.
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Nordfolcian Nov 22
The foremost navy in Europe (probably excluding Russia) will after spending £16Bn be the foremost navy in Europe (prob exc Russia). It may be used to project global Britain especially to developing nations who might respond a bit of, er, gunboat . A theme? Just musing.
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Devilsfan4eva Nov 22
WOW! This and more allowed to happen to our child in and because of SCHOOL... ...too bad the list of people who did this and enabled it is too long to list....
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Positive Smiles Nov 22
It may be the final day of but that doesn't mean standing up to has to end here. We must remember to stand up, stand and stand . We also want to thank everyone who took part in our .
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Big Syn International Film Festival - London Nov 23
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Positive Smiles Nov 22
We loved taking part in & We discussed in our ladies group & we have to say it was our favourite session to date. The ladies were so open about past struggles & it truly felt like we were in this .
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BrassWeb Nov 28
RT : "A perfect imperfect." A relationship too good to be true. A secret that could destroy it. A commitment to doing what's right. This is Nolan and Mia's story. Commitment is everything.
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Mrs Sloan 📚 Nov 25
In S3 Citizenship today we were talking about . We looked at some scenarios and used this list to figure out if it counted as bullying or not. The class were very surprised at things that seemed like not a big deal/just a laugh were actually defined as bullying!
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LazyFred (proEU) Nov 22
yep. worth another giggle
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Darul Uloom Nov 24
Our Year 7’s got creative and delivered short speeches based off their posters as part of “Remember never be afraid to speak up!” 🗣
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RedSneakersforOakley Nov 27
Oakley was bullied. He hid it from his mom because he was scared & didn’t want the other boy to get in trouble
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Natalia - Wild & Free to be Me Nov 23
Replying to @mouthwaite
When they go low, we go high. Bullied throughout school and within my first few London jobs, and I took a stand. I stopped giving them the power, and I used all experiences as fuel for my energy. I would rather be a little nobody than an evil somebody
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FullertonsBooksearch Nov 22
Replying to @mouthwaite
After that I have always taken on the bully. Here, on Norfolk, I punched a man in the jaw, with all my strength, without warning, who had been intimidating me for years. I met him 20 years later, he claimed he didn’t remember that...
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