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Create an Anti-Bullying Campaign using Facebook Pages

Tackle bullying in your school with an Anti-Bullying campaign. The FREE guide from Anti-Bullying Pro gives you step by step instructions on how to use Facebook in your school to engage students in social action online.

 

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Create your own Anti-Bullying Video

Looking for a unique way to tackle cyber-bullying? Why not create a film. Get inspiration from this great video from Loreto Secondary School in Fermoy.

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Internet Safety Scavenger Hunt

To mark Safer Internet Day 2015 students in Newbridge College organised a very creative Internet Safety Scavenger Hunt. Groups of students travelled around the school completing different internet safety related quizzes and activities.

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#Up2Us 2015 Winners

Find out what the students and teachers from Loreto Kilkenny did to win the #Up2Us Safer Internet Day 2015 competition and bag themselves a private gig with Hogan.

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Cyber Bully Busted

Transition Year students from Presentation College, Carlow ran a year long campaign to tackle cyber bullying in their school. Their campaign involved a social networking page, drama workshops, talks and peer education.

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SMILE Week

St Mary’s Holy Faith Secondary School, Killester, held a SMILE Week to change the attitudes amongst students about bullying, in a good way. SMILE week (Sport, Mental health, Internet safety, LGBT, Enjoy!) was an awareness campaign on the topics of mental health, cyber safety, LGBT rights and being physically active.

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Be an Upstander, not a Bystander

#Up2Us competition finalists, Derrinturn Foróige Club, decided to reach out to and educate the younger members of their community on cyber bullying. They teamed up with St Conleth’s NS for their Be an Upstander, not a Bystander campaign.

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Anti-Cyber Bullying month in Limerick

The Student Council in Coláiste Chiaráin, Croom, Co. Limerick decided to take tackling cyber bullying into their own hands. Here Student Council member and Webwise Youth Panellist, Eoin, explains what went on during their Anti-Cyber Bullying month.

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Animate your interactive posters

Now here’s a novel way to tackle cyber bullying and use the #Up2Us Anti-Bullying Kit…get animating!

You might think that creating cartoons requires mad drawing skills and a fancy Disney studio somewhere in sunny LA but actually lots of the world’d best animators come from Ireland and it’s easy to try your hand at it.

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