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27th Nov 2018
My Favourite Voucher Codes

BulliesOut will be working with money saving website My Favourite Voucher Codes this December to try and raise some awareness and funds for young people suffering from bullying in the…

2nd May 2018
School EdTech Competition Launched Nationwide

Promethean Grant Returns for Second Year –  Global education technology provider Promethean, has announced the launch of the UK Promethean Grant 2018. Following the phenomenal success of the initiative in…

10th Aug 2016
BulliesOut teams up with Lostock Hall Junior Football Club

BulliesOut are proud to announce their affiliation with the Lostock Hall Juniors…

24th Jul 2014
Rising Welsh Stars Become the Celebrity Faces of BulliesOut

Three of Wales’s brightest new creative talents have signed up to become celebrity faces of the country’s leading anti-bullying charity.

25th Mar 2014
BulliesOut Patron Nigel Owens calls on schools to do more to stamp out homophobic bullying

TOP rugby referee Nigel Owens is encouraging schools to do more to show the red card to people bullying someone because of their sexuality.

19th Mar 2014
The Vodden Report

Following the tragic death in 2006 of his 11 yr old son Ben who took his own life after being bullied on the dedicated school bus, Paul Vodden has produced…

17th Feb 2014
Mentoring and Befriending Foundation

BulliesOut are thrilled to have achieved the Approved Provider Standard (APS) from the Mentoring and Befriending Foundation for their Peer2Peer Mentor Training Programme. 

31st Dec 2013
BulliesOut founder Linda James Awarded MBE in New Years Honours list

BulliesOut founder Linda Jame Awarded MBE in New Years Honours list



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