Battle against bullies

13th November 2009 at 00:00

Pupils and teachers across Wales have been taking part in workshops and watching theatre performances as part of a major Assembly government initiative to tackle bullying in schools. The Respect Tour, co-ordinated by NSPCC Cymru and supported by the Welsh Anti-Bullying Network, has performances covering issues including cyber-bullying, homophobic bullying and bullying around disability. It culminates in an event in Newport next Wednesday, during Anti-Bullying Week.

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