Glenalmond Pupils Trained as Anti-bullying Ambassadors

Another 14 Glenalmond pupils have become fully qualified The Diana Award Anti-bullying Ambassadors. 

Diana Award Ambassadors

Thanks to all our new ambassadors and to Paul from The Diana Award for a great afternoon of online training.

All the pupils involved were fully engaged and enjoyed the thought-provoking material presented by The Diana Award.

They also enthusiastically planned events and worked on new ideas to ensure everyone in the Glenalmond community feels safe and supported. 

We are proud to work with The Diana Award and more information on the important work done by the Award is available here.

JKR376 05 Dianaawards Masterlogo RGB 01 1080X1080Throughout all of the Award's programmes and initiatives ‘change’ for and by young people is central.

The Award's Anti-Bullying work encourages change in attitudes and behaviours for young people by young people.

Supported by HRH The Duke of Cambridge, The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign engages young people, parents and teachers to change the attitudes, behaviour and culture of bullying by building skills and confidence to address different situations, both online and offline.