At Spiffy, we were honoured to be asked to work with Kidscape for Anti-Bullying Week, as bullying is something I am far too familiar with. As a child and teenager, I was overweight and struggled with …Read More
I am Lynn McCann from the team of autism specialist teachers at Reachout ASC. We are working with Kidscape to adapt their anti-bullying support programmes and resources so that they are accessible for…Read More
As the saying goes, one kind word often leads to another. An ongoing conversation of kind words can be the starting block for developing a strong and healthy relationship. We often build healthy and d…Read More
Our Kidscape volunteer and part-time Project Assistant Kelly Anderson shares with us her experience of being helped by Kidscape and why she to took the decision to start volunteering for us.
"We f…Read More
It’s undeniable that huge strides have been made in the UK in raising awareness around the issue of bullying in schools. The Anti-Bullying Alliance reported that 80% of UK schools – that’s 7.5milli…Read More
Kidscape are thrilled to announce our continued partnership with Wiltshire Council delivering our RISE programme to primary and secondary schools.
The Kidscape RISE programme has supported hundreds …Read More
Kidscape and BounceTogether launch free Kindness Surveys for Anti-Bullying Week
The theme of Anti-Bullying Week this November (15-19) is ‘One Kind Word’. The first step in taking any action to preven…Read More
We all have those go-to friends that we can share our dreams, worries and concerns with, the ones we can act silly with, the ones that make us laugh, cheer us up when we are down, listen to us without…Read More
School is out for children and staff for 2020/2021, and what a year it has been. It has been unbelievably challenging for schools to work with guidance that has been confusing, with bubbles to manage,…Read More
As a young girl, I had always loved writing, and it became my solace during the bullying I suffered throughout my childhood. Writing enabled me to create my own reality: a world where I wasn’t laughed…Read More
The Anti-Bullying Alliance and Kidscape have announced new support from the Welsh Government, enabling them to deliver anti-bullying support for schools throughout Wales during the coming year.
The c…Read More
Children's Art Week is run by Engage - the National Association for Gallery Education. The programme runs until 18th July and celebrates the many benefits that art provides.
At Kidscape, we speak to…Read More
I am a Welsh mum of three incredible children, aged 10, 8 and 4. I am married to an amazing English man who supports me in all that I do.
Last night, we watched the England v Italy Euro 2020/1 final,…Read More
Autistic children and their families have told us they need more support with bullying. 13% of children who attend Kidscape ZAP workshops for children going through a bullying situation have a diagnos…Read More
Earlier this week Ofsted published a review of sexual abuse in schools and colleges. They visited 32 schools and spoke to 900 children and young people and found that harmful sexual behaviours are so …Read More
On 10th June, 2021, Ofsted published a review of sexual abuse in schools and colleges. They visited 32 schools and colleges and consulted with 900 children and young people. They found that the freque…Read More
This last year has been an extraordinary chapter of our lives, where there has been a genuine concern for collective health, overstimulation and real fatigue from lockdown life, last-minute chopping a…Read More
Today marks the launch of Mental Health Awareness Week. The week, which is hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, is in its 21st year and runs from 10th – 16th May. This year, the theme for the we…Read More
Founded in 1985, Kidscape has a long history of providing practical support to children and families impacted by bullying. Bullying is a form of peer-on-peer abuse and there is a wealth of research sh…Read More
If you are a parent or educator of a boy right now, you may well be thinking - how am I going to do this? How can I raise this boy into a man who not only is kind, respectful and a generally decent hu…Read More
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day was ‘Choose to Challenge’ and so for the rest of Women’s History Month and beyond, we’re challenging more men to get involved with everything we do here…Read More
This year we’re asking on our socials for your recommendations of books that taught you a life lesson.
There is a moral in every story, but what stories have you found most valuable in your life? Ge…Read More
We're thrilled to announce that Lucy and Kelly Knott, also known as The Blossom Twins to many are joining the Kidscape team as Ambassadors!
Lucy and Kelly are former professional wrestlers who mad…Read More
We’re super proud to be supporting Children's Mental Health Week 2021. It is an opportunity to shine a bright spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s mental health. In this article …Read More
Kidscape’s Head of Programmes, Training and Volunteering Ashley Rolfe, was featured in a collection of advice on ways to combat bullying in schools. As curated by the international
The Helplines Partnership is the membership body for organisations that provide information, support or advice via phone, email, text or online.
They are committed to supporting organisations that pr…Read More