My story has appeared on GuardianWitness - the home of user-generated content on the Guardian website. Click on the image below to read the piece.
A story about my campaign and my nomination for a 'Young Person Safety Award' was featured in the Gloucestershire Echo. Click on the image below to read the whole story.
My story was also featured in The Gazette. Click here to read the article.
The Suzy Lampulgh Trust have shortlisted me as a finalist for a 'Young Person Safety Award'! The award recognises young people or a youth group (under the age of 25) who have improved the personal safety of others.
I went with Fixers to the Department for Education to meet Children’s Minister Edward Timpson on Tuesday 17th June.
I spoke to him about my campaign and managed to secure his support for an anti-cyberbullying week in schools.
I was invited to take part in a special edition of BBC Radio 4’s You and Yours programme on Safer Internet Day.
A panel of experts faced an audience, who were asked to share their experiences.
My campaign was also featured in the Gloucester Citizen. Click here to read the full article.
I held workshops at the All Saints Academy in Cheltenham for my anti-cyber bullying project. I received some great feedback from the students who took part! You can see some of these responses below.
'I think anti-cyberbullying week is a good idea as it will bring awareness to the issue and help people know what to do if they or their friends are bullied.'
'Cyberbullying can make a person feel isolated. With cyberbullying you can't stop them because they are with you all the time on your laptop, on your phone, and sometimes people are too scared to speak out. These workshops will make people confident and show them what measures to take to stop it from happening.'
'I think it would be really good to have an anti-cyberbullying week. I know now from having just completed Carney's workshop what I would do if it happened to me. I would block the bully and tell a responsible adult - it's a really good idea to educate people about this.'