Back to School Bullying Stories

In the UK 10 million children are going back to school in September. Over half of them will be affected by bullying*. As part of our September #back2school anti-bullying campaign we sent some of our bullied celebrities back to school to talk about their bullying experience. It only costs us £20 to train an Anti-Bullying Ambassador. Support us by donating as little as £1, with your help we can place more Anti-Bullying Ambassadors in schools.

How it Works

We need you to show your support on social media. So we are asking people to donate as little as £1 or as much as £10 by texting ANTI15 £1 to 70070 and then share a school photo online. Nominate friends to share their #back2school picture.

Use Twitter

I'm supporting  @AntiBullyingPro's #Back2School charity campaign by texting ANTI15 £3 to 70070. Bullying isn't ok!  (there is space for you to share your back to school photo here)

Nominate three friends:
@Friend1  I've nominated you to go #back2school Join me & help @AntiBullyingPro by sharing your school photo:

Use Facebook

This means a lot to me. I'm supporting charity Diana Award's Anti-Bullying Pro #back2school campaign by sharing my school photo & texting ANTI15 £3 to 70070. No one deserves to be bullied, especially at school. I'm nominating Jake Thomas, Sarah Edwards and Bobby Simpson to share their school photo & get involved. (Don’t forget to include your school photo in the post).

Help us get an anti-bullying ambassador in every school

It costs us just £20 to train an Anti-Bullying Ambassador in a school. Anti-Bullying Ambassadors send a strong message that bullying won’t be tolerated in their school and work with staff, students and parents to tackle the issue.

We have trained over 16,000 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors in over 2,000 schools in the UK. There are over 27,000 schools, help us place more trained Ambassadors in schools.


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