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Written by Jos on 19th June, 2019

This year will be the 7th Stop Cyberbullying Day, and whilst efforts are being made to protect young people from cyberbullying, it is still a problem that a lot of children and young people face. Cyberbullying is the electronic revolution of bullying. Predominately consisting of; abusive comments, sharing pictures without consent, hacking, creating specific websites […]

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Written by Jos on 10th June, 2019

The Focus On Bullying report by the Anti-Bullying Alliance found that victimisation was significantly higher for LGBT+ than heterosexual pupils. It is not acceptable that any young person should be victimised because of who they are or who they like. But many schools around the UK are working hard to ensure that their pupils, regardless […]

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Written by Jos on 3rd June, 2019

June marks the start of Pride month, a time to celebrate diversity, promote equal rights and recognise the contributions that LGBT+ people have made to the world. Whilst society has come a long way since the Stonewall riots in 1969, LGBT+ people still face stigma and prejudice in their everyday lives. This prejudice can start […]

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Written by Jos on 1st June, 2019

 .       .        June is the month for World Pride, and 2019 marks 50 years since the Stonewall riots which acted as a catalyst for the LGBT+ liberation movement. At tootoot we believe it’s important that young people learn about the LGBT+ community and history, so this knowledge can empower them to […]

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Written by Jos on 15th May, 2019

This year Mental Health Week is focused around a topic that can affect us all – body image. How you feel about the way you look can have a significant effect on your self-confidence, and spill over into many aspects of your life. Whilst it can affect everyone, adolescents can struggle with body image the […]

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