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Written by Jos on 16th January, 2020

To help you celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the 20th January, we have created a collection of our favourite MLK videos, information and resources that you can use to teach your pupils about social justice, tolerance and human rights. We would love to know how your school are celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day, […]

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Written by Jos on 9th January, 2020

  Body image is closely linked to mental health during adolescence. When a young person is dissatisfied with his/her body it can lead to risk-taking behaviours and various mental health problems. Research released in 2019 by the Mental Health Foundation showed that among teenagers, 37% felt upset, and 31% felt ashamed in relation to their […]

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Written by Jos on 2nd January, 2020

Tootoot Champions Abbie, Roxy, Dylan and Kevin are all passionate about giving pupils a voice and ensuring their school is a happy and safe place for everyone. On World Mental Health Day we went to visit them and recorded some special interviews…We asked Abbie, Roxy, Dylan and Kevin to tell us what they love about […]

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Written by Jos on 11th November, 2019

For Anti-Bullying Week tootoot CEO and Co-founder Michael Brennan talks about how being bullied at school drove him to create tootoot, with the help of schoolmate Kieran Innes. Michael and Kieran created tootoot so children and young people can speak up in a way that they feel comfortable, and ultimately get the support they need […]

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Written by Jos on 7th November, 2019

Three in five young people have been bullied at school.Diana Award, 2019 One in three people will self-harm as a result of bullying.Ditch The Label, 201978 per cent of bullying starts in school.Diana Award, 2019 Bullying can have devastating effects on the victim and perpetrator, from mental health to physical health to academic attainment, and these effects […]

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