Celebrities join The Diana Award to combat bullying

With children across the capital heading back to school after summer holidays, stars including London actor Will Poulter and Arsenal football clubs Bakayo Saka are among a host of names who have joined forces with the Diana Award for their second annual event that will be streamed live into primary schools, aiming to tackle bullying. The Big Anti-Bullying Assembly in October comes after research suggested that over a third of parents fear their children will be bullied when they’re back after the summer break. James spoke to the deputy CEO of The Diana Award about this.

Tanya Francis 2nd September 2021


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