Bruce Langford (Benny DL) delivered bullying prevention messages at Hugh Beaton Public School in Windsor.
One of the bullying tips he talked about was this: If you’re being bullied, talk to a trusted parent or other adult. Tell them what you’re going through and ask if there is anything they can do to help. Lots of times, just talking about it can make a difference.
After the ‘Stand Up Against Bullying’ assemblies at Hugh Beaton School, Vice-Principal Chris Konrad said: “The assemblies were fantastic. A very engaging way to deliver the message!” He also said he would pass on the information about the Stand Up Now anti-bullying programs to other schools.
Thanks, Chris Konrad!
Remember to Stand Up Against Bullying! Arrange bullying prevention programs and parent talks at your school by contacting ‘Stand Up Now’ Productions at 1-800-901-8831 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org (website: www.standupnow.ca)
Bullying on the bus can be a real problem. Here are 5 tips to deal with bullying on the bus:
1. Tell somebody you can trust – it might be the bus driver, a teacher, a parent or even a friend on the bus.
2. Find a friend to sit with if you can. Look out for each other. It’s even better if you can get more than one friend on your side.
3. Stay away from the bully if you can. Sit as far away from them as possible.
4. Some bullies are just trying to get attention and feed their ego. Sometimes these people will stop if you just ignore them.
5. Try to be as confident as you can – don’t let the person know they are bugging you. Sometimes just speaking up and talking it out can be the best way to deal with this kind of thing.
We will come to your school to share stuff about bullying & respect in a fun way. Check out www.standupagainstbullying.com and remember: ‘Stand Up Against Bullying’ on the bus!
You can change! You can become a person who can make a difference and change the world!
Benny DL, (Bruce Langford), shared this message in ‘Stand Up For Respect Shows’ at Mount Royal Public School in Brampton yesterday, (Peel District School Board).
In the grade 4-8 assemblies BennyDL sang a song called ‘The Circle’ which is about a boy who never thought he would be the person to make a difference. In the song an incident happens and the boy changes his attitude and starts helping others. He decides to no longer be a bystander. He becomes the person who really does make a difference.
You can change. You can become the person to make a difference. Realize that you can make up your mind to change and you could end up changing the world!
Bruce Langford will come to your school to present musical assemblies with Stand Up Now Productions. Contact him at bruce @standupnow.ca or 1-800-901-8831. See the Stand Up Now Website www.standupnow.ca