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Campaigns and current events

Disrespect Nobody

The  second phase of the Home Office Disrespect Nobody campaign will run from 2 February until the end of March 2017. The campaign is focussed on digital and mobile first and will also run on TV aimed at young people, such as The Brit Awards and the Big Bang Theory, on radio, Spotify, cinema and online including catch up TV, X-Box, YouTube and Snapchat.  The first TV advert will run in the evening of Thursday 2 February in the Hollyoaks advertising break. 

The aim of the Disrespect NoBody campaign is to prevent young people, both boys and girls aged 12 to 18 years old from becoming perpetrators and victims of abusive relationships. 

For 2017 the focus of the campaign will be consent and sexting, which are both issues where many young people need more education and information. The campaign advertising directs young people to the website where they can get further information and signposts them to organisations who can provide support. 

Please click here to download the partner brief and campaign materials.

Be Real - the Campaign for Body Confidence

The Be Real Campaign has launched its Body Confidence Campaign Toolkit for Schools, featuring teaching ideas, best practice guidance and campaign tools designed to support teachers of 11-16s when creating a whole-school approach to body confidence. The Toolkit is available for free download here

Schools can also be awarded with the Be Real Campaign school badge for their support and commitment in promoting body confidence. To be awarded with a Be Real Campaign school badge, schools can share their story once they’ve downloaded the Toolkit here:  

e-Bug newsletter Jan 2017

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has endorsed Public Health England’s e-Bug resource and recommends that schools use e-Bug to teach children about hygiene, infections and antibiotics.

The latest e-Bug school newsletter can be found here.

Reading Well

Reading Well for Young People (RWYP) is a public library scheme to help 13-18 year olds manage their mental health, wellbeing and resilience using recommended reading. Since July 2016 this national campaign is being promoted in Wiltshire libraries. Further details and related resources can be found here.

Antibiotic Badge Competition 

World Antibiotic Awareness Week (WAAW), 14-20 November 2016, aimed to increase the awareness of global antibiotic resistance and how we can all help preserve this valuable resource by following certain behaviours.

to support the campaign a badge design competition was launched for primary schools.  Eleven schools participated either as a team or from individual pupils.  Helen Drown from the School Effectiveness Team, Wiltshire Council and the Coordinator for Town Hall Arts, Jo Beal, were enlisted for the difficult task of judging the entries.  We extend our thanks for their valuable contribution and time in helping us.

Best entries won “Glow and Show” kits for their individual schools and the presentations of both the kit and certificates were met with enthusiasm.    

Best and highly commended entries are part of a rolling display in eight main libraries in Wiltshire:

Dates for 2017


16 - 21 January


30 January - 4 February


13 -17 February


27 February - 4 March


13 - 18 March


27 March - 1 April


10 - 15 April

Royal Wootton Bassett

24 - 29 April


We would be delighted if you could encourage others to view the display because both teachers and pupils have put so much effort into producing the designs and learning about the current issues surrounding antibiotic resistance.

Trampoline Safety Competition winners (2016)

On Friday 1st July 2016 the judging panel met to look at the fantastic entries for the trampoline safety competition.  It was wonderful to see so many schools enter this year.

The winners this year are:

Lea & Garsdon C of E Primary School

Sutton Veny Primary School

Five Lanes Primary School. 

The winning schools received £100, and the student winners each received a £20 shopping voucher. These were presented at a school assembly before the end of term.

This year we introduced a category ‘judges favourite’.  Students from the following schools were among the judges favourites:

Coombe Bissett C of E Primary

The New Forest Primary

St John’s Primary.

They all received certificates.

Well done and a big thank you, to all the schools who entered this year. We hope there will be less trampoline injuries over the summer holidays!’

All the winning posters can be seen here


Wiltshire Water Safety Heroes

These are the 4 winners from our 2015 Water Safety Hero poster competition:

Wiltshire water safety leaflet for babies and young children