Training day targets young anti-bullying ambassadors
TOP tips on how to prevent bullying in schools and communities were shared at a young people's training day in Stroud.
Run by the Diana Awards, the anti-bullying ambassadors' training took place at Thomas Keble Comprehensive at Eastcombe.
More than 140 young people from primary and secondary schools of all ages and abilities gained practical ideas on how to stop bullying.
"They creatively explored and understood the issue of bullying, networked with other young people, exchanged ideas and shared good practice," the programme's manager Alex Holmes said.
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"Ultimately, these ambassadors left with an action plan aimed at helping them to prevent bullying and ensure everyone feels safe and happy in their school," Ms Holmes said.
Thomas Keble staff member Joanna Hurren said the school was proud to host the event. The Diana Awards were established in 1999 in memory of Diana Princess of Wales, as a legacy to her belief in the power of young people to change the world.