Latest Announcements

  • Talking about the power of kindness to tackle bullying: go on a journey with Oat the Goat, a new digital story book for 4-7 year olds and parents to read together.
  • The Crusaders get behind Bullying-Free NZ Week! Check out the new series of videos on our home page below…
  • This year's Bullying-Free NZ Week Competition is now closed (closing date FRIDAY 1 JUNE). Winners will be announced by the end of June...
  • Bullying-Free NZ Week 2018 ran from 14 - 18 May. Dates for Bullying-Free NZ Week 2019 will be announced at the start of Term 4 in October 2018.

Together we can prevent bullying in Aotearoa

Information, resources and tools to help build a safe, bullying-free environment

Information to help you understand bullying and support your child

Know what bullying is, get help and take action

The BNZ Crusaders get behind Bullying-Free NZ

Showing how the whole community can get involved to help combat bullying

The BNZ Crusaders captain Sam Whitelock and sponsors Bayleys Canterbury have teamed up on a new series of videos to get kids talking about bullying and what they can do about it.

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Join Oat the Goat on his epic journey

Check out Oat the Goat a FREE, interactive, online story book, designed to help 4-7 year olds learn about the power of kindness and make the right decision through a positive interactive experience with their parents, whānau, family, teacher or peers. This exciting story follows Oat the Goat as he embarks upon the adventure of his life through native, animated New Zealand landscapes.

Experience the book in te reo Māori www.otitenanekoti.co.nz (external link)

Experience the book in English www.oatthegoat.co.nz (external link)

Discover Oat the Goat resources and activities to use at home or in the classroom.

BFNZ Week resources

Tackling bullying

Why kids don't talk

Bullying can have a huge impact on children’s mental health and wellbeing. But kids can be reluctant to talk, and it’s not always an easy topic to discuss. Knowing why children clam-up and what adults can do about it can help change the conversation.

Experienced guidance counsellor Nicole Macquet shares her tips on talking to kids about bullying. She has worked for 20 years as a teacher and school guidance counsellor, mediating with students, families and schools on wellbeing, including bullying issues. 

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