The Bullying Intervention Group
runs the national award scheme to recognise excellence in bullying intervention.
Whether your school or service is at the start of your journey, or already advanced, we can help. We provide the latest on practice, research, pupil's views, training and advice.
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SHORTCUT TO GUIDES FOR MEMBERS
BIG works with a range of charities and organisations whose aims we support.
PARENTS: Find advice on our BIG Help page or chat with other parents on Mumsnet.
'BIG Award is delighted to be working alongside the charity Changing Faces in our common goal to reduce bullying due to appearance.
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'The BIG Award is an excellent comprehensive process to engage the whole school population in Anti Bullying. The website provides information and great resources as well as the stages necessary to implement strategies to ensure a whole school approach. The support is fantastic and the training is great for staff and pupils as it is tailored to your needs. I would recommend that all schools use/gain this award to ensure the whole school understands what bullying is and how to develop effective practice.'
Janette Bainbridge Former Healthy Schools & Initiatives Manager Children, Families and Learning, MLTC Middlesbrough
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PEER MENTORING TRAINING
Childcare minister Sam Gyimiah recently told a select committee that introducing peer to peer support networks in schools will form part of the government efforts to improve the mental health of young people. "Often, whether it is bullying or some of the things that cause [mental health problems] in the first place, young people are there and they see it happening to their friends' he said. Our training course can formalise the good work of your peer mentors and give them a recognised qualification for their work.
Level 2 Certificate in Peer Mentoring
ANTI-BULLYING WEEK 2015
Presentations from our annual conference:
Successfully Challenge Bullying
What works? Pupils' views
Secondary Pupils' Views Report 2013
Ten Thousand Teens: Series 2014
Badly Bullied students and effective schools
Read members' views of BIG Award
Meet some award winning members
The Grove School Peer Supporters
Award winning Sherry Iqbal leads Middlesbrough College team
St Aidan's Catholic College Buddies
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