ALL PARENTS WANT THEIR CHILDREN TO BE CONFIDENT HAPPY AND INDEPENDANT

Our programs online and in schools give your child the skills to achieve this and so much more!

AMAYDA Bullying Prevention Programs

Our programs are not just for bullied children!

Our programs focus on teaching all children Self-Discipline, Respect and Integrity and those children experiencing bullying Confidence, Resilience and Courage. Skills to face life’s challenges head on!  That is why we form an alliance with your school to deliver this program.

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We know how difficult it is to be a parent in this century!  We know some days are harder than others and that all parents want their child to be confident, happy, independent and in the future lead meaningful life’s.

The biggest challenge you child is going to face is bullying and conflict situations!

 

THIS INFORMATION WILL SHOCK YOU

 

  • 1 in 4 kids are currently being bullied in Australian Schools
  • 3 out of 4 kids have witnessed it being done to someone they know and don’t know what to do
  • In 2017 statistics showed that – 962,306 kids are being bullied in schools
  • Bully victims are between 2 to 9 times more likely to consider hurting themselves
  • 83% of students who bully others online also bully others in person
  • 72% of schools reported managing at least one incident of online bullying

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We form an alliance with you and your school

As much as you want to be everywhere to protect your child or help them through these challenges you can’t be.

This is the same situation with your school.  Even the best schools will experience unreported bullying issues.

The AMAYDA program gives the power to the children by educating, mentoring and upskill your child on how to manage bully related issues. 

Our programs also give children the courage to be socially responsible to make sure others aren’t engaging in bully related issues making them ambassadors for change!

Real data that will SHOCK YOU!

We held a detailed student health check survey across 11 schools to confirm the effectiveness of the AMAYDA program! 

Before AMAYDA Programs had been implemented

82 %

of students had witnessed bullying in their school environment

22 %

of students had experienced bullying on a regular basis and it was seriously effecting them

After the AMAYDA Programs had been implemented

 

74 %

of students said that they would indeed intervene if they witnessed bullying now they had strategies to handle the conflict situation

94 %

of students realised that clear communication is more effective than violent response

Students said the physical fitness component of the program while challenging helped them feel more accomplished.

98 %

of students said they felt more confident and the program had a positive effect on their self-image

73 %

of the students thought that everything that was taught in the program was useful

Schools we are working with!

Source:

Cross, D., Shaw, T., Hearn, L., Epstein, M., Monks, H., Lester, L., & Thomas, L. (2009). Australian covert bullying prevalence study.

IRIS Research. (2014). Estimates of cyber-bullying incidents dealt with by Australian schools.

Spears, B., Keeley, M., Bates, S., & Katz, I. (2014a). Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: Part A ‒ Literature review on the estimated prevalence of cyberbullying involving Australian minors.

Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia 2010, Avoid the Harm – Stay Calm Report on the inquiry into the impact of violence on young Australians.

Department of Education and Training (2015). A review of literature (2010-2014) on student bullying by Australia’s Safe and Supportive School Communities Working Group .

 

Refer A School!

Everyone needs support!
Is your school struggling to manage a bullying issue?
Complete the form anonymously below and we will reach out to the school and offer them the AMAYDA program.