Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors meet MP Nick Gibb

On Wednesday 4th February, twelve of our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors were invited to meet MP Nick Gibb the Minister of State at the Department for Education. 

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When given the opportunity to meet MP Nick Gibb, we thought it was one not to be missed. We believe that it is important that young people have a platform to have their voice heard. Not only were they a voice for their schools, they were also a voice for many young people across the country.  

As the young people waited for their meeting, they rehearsed their questions and waited anxiously. Then entered in a friendly and kind looking gentleman… MP Nick Gibb. The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors were instantly at ease and were able to talk about the amazing work in their school.

The schools that were represented were given time to talk about their anti-bullying work and the positive difference that it had made in their schools and communities. They also asked a number of anti-bullying questions and shared their thoughts regarding how the Government could tackle bullying. 

The videos below are some of our Showcase Schools that were present at the meeting. If you are doing great anti-bullying work in your school, you can apply to become a "Showcase" school. Contact us for an application form if you would like to apply. 

Watch Levenshulme High School's video...

Watch Drew Primary School's video...

Watch St Angela's Ursuline School...