The Diana Award
In 2011, The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign launched the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme.
The programme aims to empower students and staff through a holistic and peer-led approach by engaging them to change the attitudes, behaviours, and culture of bullying by building skills and confidence to address different situations.
Peer support systems provide young people with a voice and initiatives to take action.
The Diana Award recognises that young people are the best agents to make changes in their schools and local communities.
As a result, the Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme strives to provide young people with the confidence and ideas to lead their school's anti-bullying work enabling them to create emotionally healthy relationships founded on concern for others and empathy for others people’s feelings.
Anti -Bullying Ambassador training is targeted for young people 13-18 within an Educational setting.
This training is for secondary schools only!
Students will leave the day feeling inspired, able to set targets and aims for their Anti-Bullying work.
They will receive top tips and explore scenarios on bullying in groups, understanding the issues of bullying; facts, the definition and the effects of bullying.