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National Anti-Bullying Week 18th-22nd November 2013 – don’t suffer in silence

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National Anti-Bullying Week 18th-22nd November 2013 Bullying is something that can hurt you on the inside or on the outside.  It can happen to  children and young people at school, home, by past friends, family/carers, and strangers. It can hurt you …

It’s OK to be different

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Adolescence is a time when you are discovering who you are; your likes and dislikes, this includes your sexuality.  Some teenagers realise they are heterosexual, others begin to identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT). Research by Stonewall, …

What is tolerance?

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Tolerance is: Recognising and respecting the beliefs, opinions, customs and values of others that are different from our own. Accepting diversity and not expressing negative attitudes toward people who are different. Insulting a person, making jokes, or stereotyping them because …

YP Face it !

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Changing Faces, a national charity for people and families whose lives are affected by conditions, marks or scars that alter their appearance,  are running a campaign for young people aged 13-17, called *YP Face It   Looking visibly different from other people, …

Learning Disability Awareness Week June 18th- 24th

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In Disability Awareness Week 2012, MENCAP is highlighting the need to keep children and young people with a learning disability safe and to: “DON’T STICK IT, STOP IT! “ Did you know that children and young people with a learning …