"I'm the best at being me" - Paul Young's story

At Spiffy, we were honoured to be asked to work with Kidscape for Anti-Bullying Week, as bullying is something I am far too familiar with. As a child and teenager, I was overweight and struggled with …

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First steps to supporting autistic children with bullying

I am Lynn McCann from the team of autism specialist teachers at Reachout ASC. We are working with Kidscape to adapt their anti-bullying support programmes and resources so that they are accessible for…

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How one kind word contributes to healthy dependable relationships

As the saying goes, one kind word often leads to another. An ongoing conversation of kind words can be the starting block for developing a strong and healthy relationship. We often build healthy and d…

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Getting to know us: Kelly Anderson

 

Our Kidscape volunteer and part-time Project Assistant Kelly Anderson shares with us her experience of being helped by Kidscape and why she to took the decision to start volunteering for us.

"We f…

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Measuring experiences of bullying: how to do it well

 

It’s undeniable that huge strides have been made in the UK in raising awareness around the issue of bullying in schools. The Anti-Bullying Alliance reported that 80% of UK schools – that’s 7.5milli…

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Continuing our partnership with Wiltshire Council to deliver our RISE programme

Kidscape are thrilled to announce our continued partnership with Wiltshire Council delivering our RISE programme to primary and secondary schools. 

The Kidscape RISE programme has supported hundreds …

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