The Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development Bully Stoppers website.
Bully Stoppers provides a series of tools and resources that aim to empower school communities to stop all forms of bullying.
Students, parents, teachers and principals that want to join in the Bully Stoppers movement can access online learning courses, advice sheets, lesson plans and vodcasts - all developed by bullying experts.
A Bully Stoppers grants program has also been created, which will give up to 200 schools $5000 each to run a project on bullying.
Victorian schools are being encouraged to become Bully Stoppers and to be part of the state-wide initiative by signing the Bully Stoppers Pledge and may also show their support for the campaign by adding the logo below to the schools webpage.For more information about the campaign, visit the Bully Stoppers website.
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