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The Diana Award's response to Department for Education peer support in mental wellbeing consultation

The Diana Award's response to Department for Education peer support in mental wellbeing consultation

In March, the Department for Education launched a consultation to find out more about peer support as a way of supporting mental wellbeing. This post contains The Diana Award's response to the consultation.

Exciting opportunity to be involved in our gaming project!

Exciting opportunity to be involved in our gaming project!

Over the next few months we will be looking to work with a group of young people to understand more about the positives and negatives of gaming. We are looking for young people who would like to work with us on this, including a filming day where we film young people talking about gaming!

National Anti-Bullying Week Competition 2014

National Anti-Bullying Week Competition 2014

Think you can throw some shapes and celebrate diversity through dance?! Get involved in our 2014 National Anti-Bullying Week Dance for Diversity competition for your chance to meet dance group Diversity...

2014 Primary Showcase Event at Barclays

2014 Primary Showcase Event at Barclays

On the 17th June we recognised and celebrated the work of 50 Ambassadors from 4 Primary schools from across England. Read about what activities these Ambassadors have done to reduvce bullying..

Schools' Anti-Bullying work from Feedback Friday 28th March

Schools' Anti-Bullying work from Feedback Friday 28th March

Read about some of the great Anti-Bullying activities some of the schools we've trained told us about during our monthly Feedback Friday.

Cyber bullying: How safe are our children?

Cyber bullying: How safe are our children?

The Diana Award’s Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme has conducted some research into the issue of bullying as 13 million young people return to school. You can find the full report here.

The Diana Award run a national Anti-Bullying programme training young people, adults & parents to keep safe from bullying online and offline.We are also an active member of the National Anti-Bullying Alliance, UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCISS) and we sit on the All Party Political Group on Bullying. David Cameron is our patron.