Tipperary stands up to bullying

On Friday 7th March, the ISPCC is holding its third ISPCC Anti Bullying Shield Campaign. As part of the campaign we will be holding a ‘ Day of Action’ in which we are asking people in Tipperary to help raise funds to develop this vital service in schools across Co Tipperary, by selling the ISPCC Shield Pin for a few hours in your local area on Friday, March 7th.

Help us spread the message that bullying is unacceptable and needs to be stopped. Bullying is not a new phenomenon. It has impacted, and continues to impact, greatly on the lives of many of our children, having not only short term, but also long term effects. Standing up against bullying is not something we can do alone, it is something that the whole community has a role in dealing with. For more information on how you can help us stand up against bullying in Tipperary, contact Suzanne on 085 804 2715 or go to our website: www.ispcc.ie. This programme includes a self-assessment tool to combat bullying (there will be one-to-one support available for schools).


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