|Make your mark and help stop bullies! Bullying is rife in schools wherever you look. Sometimes, bullying seems harmless. The reality, however, is different. The NHS states that bullying causes “loneliness, low self-esteem, fear, anxiety, and poor concentration and can lead to self-harm, depression, suicidal thoughts and, in some cases, suicide.”|
Creativity Offers Children a Great
It is time to move out of this negative cycle. Bullies are often people who have been hurt themselves. The saying: ‘Hurt people hurt people’ applies. It is time to break the cycle by overcoming cruelty with kindness, emptiness with creativity.
Motivate your school to participate in anti-bullying week on November 13th-17th 2017. Run your own competition: 'Art Against Bullying' and select 2 children as your school's winners, who can be entered into Brainwaves Anti-Bullying Competition. Whether it is a new school slogan or an anti-bullying logo or artwork showing the children's commitment to stopping bullying.