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To buy posters, pencils and pin badges to support your activities this Anti-Bullying Week visit the NCB shop.

Business partner productsFilm Creatives 2014 poster

Film Creatives and ABA formed a partnership in 2012 to write and produce quality films to support schools and youth settings with their approach to tackling bullying.  The first film  What happened to J? supported the theme bullying and its impact on attainment in Anti-Bullying Week 2012. The second film iFuture My Future supported the theme of cyberbullying in 2013. 

This year we are delighted to announce the release of 'It's okay to be different' in support of Anti-Bullying Week 2014.   To order copies of the films and find out more about this year's film visit the Film Creatives website. Film Creatives also provide brilliant creative workshops for schools - a great way to get involved this Anti-Bullying Week.


restorative thinkingABA and Restorative Thinking have formed a partnership to support schools with restorative practices.  Restorative Thinking offer two curriculum-based toolkits for KS1/2 and KS3/4, delivering a restorative education with primary and secondary pupils, empowering young people to draw on restorative practices to manage daily challenges and conflicts.  Restorative Thinking also provide staff training and consultation to develop whole school restorative approaches, action planning and wrap-around support. To order your copy of the primary or secondary toolkit, click here

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