Sign up now for the Anti Bullying Conferences

phoneThe anti-bullying team are once again running their highly successful Children's Conferences.

The aim of this conferences is to raise awareness around bullying issues and to provide strategies to combat it for children and young people in a variety of settings.

Target Area 

Children and young people in schools and settings and those professionals who support anti bullying.  This may include school council members/ peer leaders and children who would benefit from  the opportunity of attending this conference. As spaces are limited there is a maximum of 4 children and 1 adult from each school or setting.

 

Programme

The conference is designed to be interactive and informative;

Our keynote speaker is Mark Lloyd who will give a presentation on cyber bullying and launch our innovative conference competitions.

This will be followed by a series of 3 interactive workshops  facilitated by  CEOP, Police and CAMHS .

Every school that attends the conference will receive a resource pack  to support their anti bullying work in school.

The conference is being run in a variety of localities with sessions in the morning being for primary schools and in the afternoon for secondary.

Area Date Venue Morning Session (Primary) Afternoon Session (Secondary)
North 02/10/2012 Monkwearmouth School 09:15-12:00 12:30-15:15
East 04/10/2012 St Aidans School 09:15-12:00 12:30-15:15
Coalfields 16/10/2012 Hetton 09:15-12:00 12:30-15:15
West 18/10/2012 Farringdon 09:15-12:00 12:30-15:15
Washington 24/10/2012 St Roberts 09:15-12:00 12:30-15:15

How to book

We expect demand to be high so if you want to book places for the conferences please return the attached Nomination Form to Dorothy Maddison by 30/09/12 

Forms can be returned either by post to  : Dorothy Maddison 145 High Street West, Sunderland SR1 1UW

Or electronically to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please contact Dorothy Maddison 0191 5614053 with any queries or concerns.