SafeToNet is a proud partner of
the Anti-Bullying Alliance
SafeToNet are proud to be a long-term partner
of the Anti-Bullying Alliance.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance is a unique coalition of organizations and individuals, working together to achieve a common vision: to stop bullying and create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. As a leading safeguarding company, SafeToNet understand the long-term impact and consequences bullying can have on children and young people and are passionate about playing their part in the fight against these threats.
That is why, like last year, SafeToNet is proud to be one of the main sponsors for Anti-Bullying Week 2020, which will take place from Monday 16 – Friday 20 November.
Anti-Bullying Week 2020 includes a number of events and activities in order to raise awareness and highlight the issues surrounding bullying
Odd Socks Day on Monday 16 November asks workplaces and schools to encourage everyone to turn up wearing odd socks to embrace their individuality and celebrate difference, whilst the School Staff Award allows pupils to nominate their favourite anti-bullying member of school staff for a prize, to celebrate the adults who are standing up to bullying and making a difference.
There will also be a range of online activities with resources and ideas on how parents and schools can get involved and play their part.
As part of SafeToNet’s Anti-Bullying Week 2020 offer, Parents and carers can now use SafeToNet’s real-time safeguarding solution free for 60-days.
Our Co-founder of SafeToNet Sharon Pursey says:
“We are honoured to be supporting Anti-Bullying Week again and stand united against bullying; we are all a piece of the puzzle and have our responsibility to ensure children’s safety and wellbeing. As a safeguarding tech company, our vision is to create a world where all children are automatically safe online and are protected from digital threats such as bullying, so by supporting this initiative we hope to raise some awareness and start the conversation about digital safety and wellbeing in schools and households across the UK”