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November, 2013

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   700 Students celebrate Degree success
   Actors Stage Visit to Students
   All Equal in Poster Competition
   BeatBullying Mentors Recruited at Doncaster College
   Big Band Celebration
   Big Day for Tschuna the Tigress
   Celebrity Cutouts raise money for Charity at College
   Check It - Not Regret It
   Construction starts on Skanska’s new offices & workshops
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   Doncaster Lollipops celebrate Diamond 60 years
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   Get Ready For Winter
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   Going Wild for Conservation
   Hate Crime Crack Down
   Inspiring School Students to visit House Of Commons
   Journey Through Time With Doncaster Archives
   Make a Difference Through our Choices
   Mansion House ‘Wonder’ Will See First Wedding In 2014
   Miss Congeniality - wins Miss British Empire Sheffield 2013
   Money rolls in for Children in Need
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   Peaks and troughs for Yorkshire’s sea birds
   Polar Bear Rescue
   Rattlejag Morris Boxing Day Tour 2013
   Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield
   Romulus celebrates his tenth birthday
   Second Arts and Crafts Festival at the Hub
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   The Seven Wonders of Doncaster
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   Work starts on 33 new homes in Doncaster

 
 
 
 
 
Title:BeatBullying Mentors Recruited at Doncaster College
Author:Doncaster College 
ID & Publication:20131111027 ~ The-Villager.co.uk 
Area:Doncaster 
Subject:Education 
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Bullying is one of the biggest issues facing all young people. The good news is that there are lots of young people who want to do something about it and at Doncaster College thirteen Students volunteered to be BeatBullying Mentors.

BeatBullying Mentors are young people who receive two days intensive face-to-face training from BeatBullying staff. Once graduating they have the skills and confidence to mentor, guide, and support other young people on issues of bullying, cyberbullying and wellbeing.

After undergoing two days training the thirteen Doncaster College students, who come from courses throughout the college, received a certificate to mark their successful completion of the course and to acknowledge that they have been given the skills to mentor and offer advice and guidance. The training also deals with safeguarding and confidentially so mentors know how and when to pass on sensitive information and who to go to for support.

Bullies have been around forever, but cyberbullying is now recognised as a growing threat to young people as computer and mobile phone technology has given them a whole new platform for their actions. BeatBullying mentors have the knowledge and tools to tackle online bullying and offer the peer-to-peer support needed.

The College takes the safety of its students very seriously and
the BeatBullying scheme is part of a number of measures, amongst the College’s safe guarding programme, designed to support and inform young people and keep them safe.

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