Get involved

What is Anti-Bullying Week (ABW)?


This year’s ABW runs from the 13-17 November with the theme ‘All Different, All Equal’

Anti-Bullying Week (ABW) is an annual event coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance that shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, parents and teachers to take action against bullying throughout the year.

How can you get involved in ABW 2017?

  • complete the form below to access our free ABW lesson plans and assembly presentation focussed on the subject of friendship. This is most suitable for upper primary/lower secondary. We have also developed an Early Years activity designed to be delivered with our series of short animated films Feeling Happy, Feeling Safe
  • celebrate friendship by holding a Friendship Friday event in the lead up to ABW
  • share your ABW plans and activities with us on social media (using the hashtags #feelinghappyfeelingsafe #antibullyingweek #friendshipfriday #kidscapeABW)
  • remember to celebrate what makes us all ‘All Different, All Equal’!

These resources have been developed by Kidscape to help keep children safe and promote positive relationships. We always advise that you look through the resource in full and make any adaptions necessary to suit the age and development needs of the children that you work with.

Raise funds for Kidscape

Our Fundraising Pack will be sent with the resources on completion of the form below. Raise funds for Kidscape this ABW and help us to support children, families and professionals with practical strategies to keep children safe.

We welcome feedback and ideas for other subjects you would like us to cover. Email


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