Anti-bullying ambassadors have undergone an upskill session with the Diana Award Anti-Bullying
Ambassadors Programme.
A group of newly selected Year 9 peer mediators from Nightingale Academy, in Edmonton, were also able to
learn new skills during the workshop allowing them to see bullying from different angles and to discuss the
work they have been doing in school.

Tim Williams, lead co-ordinator behaviour for learning, said: “Students were able to learn new skills which
will come in useful as they go about their roles around school.
“The students showed a level of maturity when discussing sensitive topics and allowed me to see more of
their personalities which will help when selecting specific students for certain issues.”
Year 12 anti-bullying ambassadors have held assemblies in school, as well as visit local primary schools to
deliver talks on decisions and feelings.