This week we are launching our anti-bullying campaign. Across the week, Gloucester Rugby will be raising awareness to help stamp out bullying.
Bullying at any age is not acceptable but is most often present at school age. We want to raise awareness to our junior supporters to make sure we stop bullying.
Both children and adults can be a victim of bullying and it can come in many forms, such as; physical, verbal, prejudicial, sexual, cyber, sizeism, religious or relational aggression.
With support from our players and supporters, we want to stamp out bullying and make sure that victims do not suffer alone.
Throughout the week we will be posting content across our social media channels from our players as we aim to raise awareness for anti-bulling week. We’ll hear from some of our academy squad, some of which have just recently left school, whilst also chatting to our more senior players.
The Gloucester Rugby Foundation has strong links with Teens in Crisis who will be supporting us with this campaign through offering advice and support if you are suffering from bullying.
To find more information about Teens in Crisis, please click here.