National Conference Anti-Bullying Network
 
Resources and Partnerships

Groups that contributed to the conference in June who can offer support and materials.

Grampian Police
Learning for Life’ is a values education, life skills programme for 5-13 year olds and promotes health, safety, personal and social development and citizenship. Two CD-ROMs contain interactive lessons and support material.
Contact: Nicola Keith, Project Administrator, Grampian Police, Community Development Department, 55 Ellon Road, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen AB23 8ET.

Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund
An award for 11-18 year olds designed to recognise young people who have made an outstanding contribution to their school or community across the UK.
Contact: Sophie Donovan, Awards Co-ordinator, Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Award for Young People, Education Extra, 17 Old Ford Road, London E2 9PL.

Lewis Thomson Consultancy
‘Moving-On’ is a resource for P7 pupils providing the means to teach the necessary skills to and enhance the self -esteem of P7 children before their transfer to secondary school. Purchase includes free updates.
Contact: Lewis Thomson, 78 Easter Bankton, Murieston, Livingstone EH54 9BE.

Cawdor Books
Stocks a range of fiction and non-fiction titles on bullying. List of titles available.
Contact: Neill Ross, Stock Services Manager, 96 Dykehead Street, Queenslie, Glasgow G33 4AQ.

Lions Club International
The Lions Club funds the distribution of TACADE materials to schools. They worked with TACADE to produce a number of resources including the well-known "Skills for Life."
Contact: TACADE, 1 Hulme Place, The Crescent, Salford, Manchester M5 4QA; www.tacade.com.

Childline Scotland
Works with teachers and pupils in schools in areas such as communication with children, peer support mentorship schemes, buddy systems and anti-bullying work. Co-ordinates CHIPS (Childline in Partnership with Schools) under which some of their training is provided.
Contact: 18 Albion Street, Glasgow G1 1LH.

Big Dave's Anti-Bullying Roadshow
Dave Gauder visits primary schools and demonstrates that even someone as strong as him can be bullied.
Contact: Dave Gauder on 07979 360494.