The Patrick Hamlin Support Project is a part-funded project for Primary Schools in South Wales and the South West of England.
Patrick Hamlin (1947 – 2019) was a successful and much-loved barrister who stood up for justice and fairness, and who believed in kindness and friendship. The support programme in his memory provides sessions for primary school children to encourage these attributes, which are covered throughout the work of BulliesOut.
The Support Project was established to enable as many children as possible to benefit from our work and equip a generation of children with the knowledge and understanding they need to recognise and understand the different types of bullying behaviours.
Through our workshops, we help develop the children’s emotional intelligence around the reasons for and consequences of bullying, discuss the importance of kindness and how being kind to others can change things for the better and help increase confidence and self-esteem.
For each session purchased by the school, the Patrick Hamlin Support Project will fund another.
For further information on the Patrick Hamlin Support Project, please contact us.