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Published Thursday, 10 October 2013

Media/ Photo Opportunity 9:15 am – 12:30pm, Friday 11th October 2013 Anti- bullying conference ‘The future is ours- safe, fun and connected’ Millfield Arts Centre, Silver Street, Edmonton N18

Cyber- bullying, new technology and the risks they pose to children and young people are among the serious issues in a presentation to be made by Luke Brant-Savage from Education Child Protection at Enfield Council’s Anti- Bullying conference this year.

He will be explaining how the police’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) unit operates; how CEOP educates children making them aware of bullying and abuse on the internet; and how they can report anything suspicious.

Cllr Ayfer Orhan, Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, said, “Bullying in any form is not tolerated in our schools, colleges and work places, but children and young people are particularly exposed to risks.

“This conference deals with the current issues that get reported in the news: cyber-bullying; sexuality and homophobia; and disabilities – all targets that bullies choose. This conference demonstrates the work that is going on throughout our schools to combat bullying and provides information and advice for those attending.”

In a packed programme of presentations from experts, young people and schools performances the conference not only demonstrates the extent of bullying and those particularly targeted, but also shows how schools and families can deal with it.

‘The future is ours – safe, fun and connected’

Enfield’s Anti- Bullying Conference
 Friday 11 October 9.15am – 12.30pm
 Millfield Arts Centre, Silver Street, London N18


09.00 – 09.15:          Registration / tea & coffee

09.15- 09.25:            Welcome & introduction
                                  Jenny Tosh, Assistant Director, School Improvement

09.25 – 10.05:    Educate & celebrate – making your school LGBT friendly
                           Elly Barnes, Birmingham City Council, LGBT adviser        

10.05 – 10.20:      Tackling homophobia in Winchmore school. 
                               Olga de Larrabeitti/Noel Thompson /pupils

10.20 – 10.50:     CEOP – Child Exploitation and Online Protection
                             Luke Brant – Savage from ‘Education Child Protection’

10.50 – 11.00:          Child to parent abuse & intervention
                                   Joe Lettereri from ‘Parent Advice & Reconciliation’

11.15 – 11.50:          Anti-Bullying project by young people
                                  Youth Engagement Panel / Sgt Neil Standring

11.50 – 12.05:          ‘Mini mentors’ peer mentoring
                                  Merryhills Primary School

12.05 – 12.20:          Face Front theatre group

12.20 – 12.30:          Evaluation

12.30:                       Mayor and close

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