Anti-Bullying School Campaign in Jamaica

Anti-Bullying School Campaign in Jamaica

Le Antonio’s Foundation launched the Anti-Bullying Campaign in January 2016 with a view to educate students and youths about the ill-effects of bullying. The ultimate goal of the Anti-Bullying Campaign is to eradicate the evil of bullying from the society of Jamaica.

Anti-Bullying Campaign seeks to bring awareness of the harmful effects of bullying on the student population; thus addressing bullying where it usually begins.

Anti-Bullying Campaign uses volunteer Ambassadors of Le Antonio’s Foundation to visit Jamaica’s public Primary Schools, Junior High Schools, and High Schools. Our volunteer Ambassadors present an anti-bullying and conflict resolution education session to the students at the schools they visit. At the end of the presentation, the students are asked to voluntarily sign and keep a pledge card, affirming that they will choose anti-bullying actions and look.

During the Anti-Bullying Campaign school visits, children as young as the third (3rd) graders are taught by the volunteer Ambassadors how to identify bullying and what to do if they are victims or witnesses. The students are taught how to deal with bullying and resolve conflict situations peacefully without any violence and harm.

End Bullying Globally Ran Campaigns In The Following Schools

  • Bethel Primary School
  • Cacoon All Age School
  • Cacoon Castle Primary School
  • Chester Castle All Age School
  • Green Island High School
  • Hopewell High School
  • Knockalva Agriculture School
  • Lucea Primary School
  • Merlene Ottey High School
  • Mt. Hannah All Age School
  • Ruseas High School
  • Sandy Bay Primary School
  • Watford Hill All Age School
  • Craig Head All Age School
  • Flankers Primary School
  • Glendevon Primary School
  • Mt Salem All Age School
  • Granville Primary School
  • Cornwall College
  • Papine High School

Anti-Bullying Campaign Photo Gallery