Give Us A Break - Anti bullying Campaign#GIVEUSABREAK
Give Us a Break Campaign
Give Us a Break our ongoing antibullying campaign
Anna Kennedy Online, the UK Charity, is to continue raising awareness, and training on autism, to prevent bullying of children with autism in our schools and colleges with our campaign ‘Give us a Break!’ Too often these children are seen as the problem; as not ‘fitting in’ or ‘not settling down’. For the last few years during National Anti-Bullying Week our Give Us a Break is a national ongoing campaign that Anna Kennedy Online continue to highlight.
Bullying affects so many children and adults and the results can be damaging for them and everyone around them. If you are suffering, speak up, and if you see it, stand up to it. Please share, even if this makes a difference to one person.
Anna Kennedy Online once again call on all schools and colleges to be particularly aware of the bullying that children and individuals on the Autism spectrum experience at break times and to provide positive activities that keep them safe. For children and young people with autism, break and lunch times in schools and colleges can be particularly daunting and can put them at risk of bullying.
We want to see all schools take decisive action to create environments and cultures where all children feel safe and supported without the fear of bullying at schools, cyber bullying, and within the community. There have been some horrific cases in the media and we as a Charity continue to campaign to raise awareness with this growing concern exacerbated further by mate crime, cyber bullying, which has led to some tragic outcomes.
If you would like to spread the word of our Give Us A Break campaign please see below our campaign posters and it would be great if you could click on one of the images and download the poster and help us spread the message to support as many people as we can. We would love for you to show your support to Anna Kennedy Online, please share and let us make a change – together we are stronger!
You can so this by taking a photo or video of yourself and others by holding up one of the posters below either printed or show on your devices, then tag us in on social media using the links below.
Please see below the latest news about the Give Us A Break campaign
Hear "Unstoppable", Isla McManus sing for Give Us A Break - Anti-bullying Week Isla is a very bubbly, caring loving little girl who makes her family so proud! Isla was diagnosed with ASD when she was 4 years old and is currently waiting for results from her QB...
Henry Bradshaw gives a moving performance for Give Us A Break - Anti-bullying Week Henry describes himself as a bit of a geek, he likes marvel and loves Lego. Henry has a brain full of facts and enjoys sharing them. He was diagnosed with autism as an adult and...
Addressing Bullying: An Examination of Workplace, School, and Online Bullying Bullying is a pervasive issue that can manifest in various forms across different environments, such as the workplace, schools, and online. Efforts have been made to address and prevent...
Give Us a Break CampaignGive Us a Break our ongoing antibullying campaign Anna Kennedy Online, the UK Charity, is to continue raising awareness, and training on autism, to prevent bullying of children with autism in our schools and colleges with our campaign 'Give us...
Give Us A Break 2022 – Our fantastic supporters Paul and Michael Atwal-Brice have shared a powerful message, please watch his video below
Give Us A Break 2022 – Our fantastic Ambassador Kieron Lee has a powerful message, please watch his video below
Hello everyone, We all get those days, don’t we , when as parents we are only human and meltdowns, overwhelm and outbursts of screaming
Give Us A Break 2022 – Our wonderful Ambassador Paul Isaacs and supporter has a powerful message, please watch his video below
Give Us A Break 2022 – Our fantastic Young Patron and supporter Jack Azagury-Slattery has a powerful message, please watch his video below
Give Us A Break 2022 – Our fantastic AGT Performer and supporter Sarah Knowles shared