Everything you need for Anti-Bullying Week 2020

Free Bullying Education Resources for Teachers


Our research shows that more than half of people under 25 will, at some point, experience bullying. As a result, 1 in 3 will self-harm, grades will drop and 37% will experience social anxiety and depression. Bullying is a national emergency and continues to undermine the self-esteem, health and potential of millions in the UK.

This year we are using Anti-Bullying Week to encourage people to speak up about bullying. We also invite activists, teachers, parents/guardians, businesses and other interested parties to help us eradicate bullying and improve the lives of millions by pledging support for Ditch the Label.

Anti-Bullying Week 2020 is being held between Monday 16th November – Friday 20th November 2020.

Give It Up for Ditch the Label

Introducing our fundraiser for Anti-Bullying Week – Find out how you can get involved and help raise vital funds for our anti-bullying work.

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Did you know that statistically, 1 in 2 young people are bullied? If you are being bullied, you absolutely are not alone.

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Schools & Colleges

We provide a range of new and innovative interventions and training programs aimed at tackling prejudice-based bullying.

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Parents & Guardians

As a parent, it can be hard to talk to your child about bullying. We provide advice on how to approach and tackle the situation.

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Anti-Bullying Week Activities for Teachers

We’ve put together a list of anti-bullying lesson plans, assemblies and activities for teachers to run which are suitable for secondary schools.

Free Resources

Join the Community

Signpost your students to join our community to talk about anything from bullying to banter.
On the Ditch the Label community, young people can anonymously seek help and advice from trained digital mentors and other users.


Our resources are designed for KS3 and KS4 students. At Ditch the Label, we tackle real-world issues head-on, so some of these resources contain mature content. Each lesson is designed to last 60 minutes, whilst the assemblies should take roughly 5-10 minutes to deliver.