Stop Bullying Day 2020 is on Sunday, February 9, 2020: When Is National Stop Bullying Day?
Sunday, February 9, 2020 is Stop Bullying Day 2020. Help Stop Bullying - Be more than a bystander Learn how to prevent bullying at school.
It’s time for you to stop bullying – whether it’s within the playground, the house or even the place of work. Stop Bullying Day encourages you to steer clear of the bullying inside your atmosphere or existence, and also to interact to eradicate bullying altogether.
National Stop Bullying Day is : October 10'th
National Stop Bullying Week is : October 7'th - 13'th
How does school uniform stop bullying?
It is to stop the clothing related bullying. Although it will not stop the bullying altogether, it will stop some of it. Someone wouldn't pick on someone if they were wearing the same thing. Although it won't stop people from calling you names.
I went to a school with uniforms and going into another. I have never been picked on for clothing because of the uniforms. If your school is like mine you will have "tag days" where you will be able to wear your own clothes. So you don't always have to wear your uniform.
Trust me though. It will be a lot easier in the mornings. People who don't go to schools with uniforms have told me they wished that they did. It makes the morning go a lot faster not having to worry about what to wear.
Although you may not think it, uniforms really do stop the clothing bullying. You might not notice until you see it during school though.
And as for the "altering uniforms" idea. If your school was as strict as mine was, they won't accept that.
Trust me. It will all be fine. =) Good luck
What are three different types of bullying.....and how can you solve them?
To Stop Bullying: Bullying Is a Big Problem
Every day thousands of teens wake up afraid to go to school. Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students, and it has everyone worried, not just the kids on its receiving end. Yet because parents, teachers, and other adults don't always see it, they may not understand how extreme bullying can get.
Bullying is when a person is picked on over and over again by an individual or group with more power, either in terms of physical strength or social standing.
Two of the main reasons people are bullied are because of appearance and social status. Bullies pick on the people they think don't fit in, maybe because of how they look, how they act (for example, kids who are shy and withdrawn), their race or religion, or because the bullies think their target may be gay or lesbian.
Some bullies attack their targets physically, which can mean anything from shoving or tripping to punching or hitting, or even sexual assault. Others use psychological control or verbal insults to put themselves in charge. For example, people in popular groups or cliques often bully people they categorize as different by excluding them or gossiping about them (psychological bullying). They may also taunt or tease their targets (verbal bullying).
Verbal bullying can also involve sending cruel instant or email messages or even posting insults about a person on a website — practices that are known as cyberbullying.
For younger kids, the best way to solve a bullying problem is to tell a trusted adult. For teens, though, the tell-an-adult approach depends on the bullying situation.
One situation in which it is vital to report bullying is if it threatens to lead to physical danger and harm. Numerous high-school students have died when stalking, threats, and attacks went unreported and the silence gave the bully license to become more and more violent.
Sometimes the victim of repeated bullying cannot control the need for revenge and the situation becomes dangerous for everyone.
Adults in positions of authority — parents, teachers, or coaches — can often find ways to resolve dangerous bullying problems without the bully ever learning how they found out about it.
If you're in a bullying situation that you think may escalate into physical violence, try to avoid being alone (and if you have a friend in this situation, spend as much time as you can together). Try to remain part of a group by walking home at the same time as other people or by sticking close to friends or classmates during the times that the bullying takes place.