#onekindword campaign

It is coming to the end of anti bullying week, and CPMM Media and Marketing want to share its thoughts on this year’s one kind word campaign. Why was the week dedicated to raising awareness of bullying? Because bullying is a BIG deal and campaigns like #onekindword go a long way

Edge Hill expert examines Liverpool’s Child Friendly City ambition

In recognition of World Children’s Day on 20 November, Professor Carol Robinson from Edge Hill University will host a special conference to share leading research on children’s health and wellbeing. The event forms part of the ongoing project by Liverpool City Council (LCC) to turn Liverpool into a UNICEF Child Friendly

Schools across the country come together for anti-bullying event

By Katie Parry A sign-language event that aims to discourage bullying took place on Monday at Liverpool Cathedral. The event, organised by Knotty Ash Primary School Deaf Resource Base, saw 10 Liverpool schools join them at the Cathedral to sign in British Sign Language along to ‘No Matter What’ by BoyZone. Nine

Liverpool Boat of Hope naming ceremony will stir up powerful emotions for author

Merseyside children’s author Natalie Reeves Billing is counting down to the Boat of Hope naming ceremony, which will take place at Liverpool’s Maritime Museum on 26 October. Natalie is the early years ambassador for Bernie Hollywood’s Boat of Hope challenge, for which he’ll row 3,000 nautical miles alone to raise £1