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14th Aug 2019
How Bullying Can Affect a Person’s Mental Health

Bullying is a huge problem across the world. While it may seem easier to simply brush off an episode of bullying as an unfortunate incident and perhaps see that the…

29th Jul 2019
Childhood Bullies – Are Parents To Blame?

41% of children report witnessing grown-ups bullying one another, according to the BBC. As a result, 97% believe that adults need to show each other more respect. With Ariel Kalil,…

23rd Jul 2019
Online Safety – Keeping Children Safe from Cyber-bullying

Is online safety taught and talked about in schools and other educational establishments? Is it discussed openly and honestly? Do our responsible adults have enough personal knowledge and confidence to…

19th Jun 2019
The Positives and Negatives of Young People using Social Media

There is no doubt that social media has grown massively in the last few years and since 2006 onwards the growth rate is unexpectedly very high. According to several optimistic…

16th Apr 2019
Free Roller Banner for Charities

Banner Stands and Display Boards can help to spread the word of your charitable cause and are perfect for brand promotion, event advertising, fundraising or for any other purpose. Roller banners, also known…

16th Apr 2019
Reality TV – What Lessons Can We Learn From The Recent Tragedy?

On March 15th 2019, Mike Thalassitis became the second Love Island contestant to die in tragic circumstances. In 2016, former contestant Sophie Gradon, was reported to have taken her own…

9th Apr 2019
Can Your Business Afford To Ignore Bullying?

We may often think of bullying as something that happens during our school years but it can be just as common in the workplace. The TUC estimates around a third…

25th Mar 2019
Should Bullying Be Classed As A Criminal Offence?

Bullying is a serious problem in today’s society, but are the measures set in place suitable enough or should more be done to protect those who are bullied? There are…



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