Action! Against Bullying

Winning Action Against Bullying! films in cinemas

A huge congratulations to our winning schools Sharnbrook Upper School and Beech Hill Primary School and all the other finalists Wanborough Primary and Rhiwbeina Primary and from the senior category Caister Academy and Manshead School.

And well done to everyone who entered, we hope that we have helped you all have a voice against the bullies with the #Actionagainstbullying campaign.

You can see our winning films as part of the pre-show at all ODEON kids screenings from today Friday 20 November 2015 for a limited time of two weeks.

And for one week only from today you will be able to see the winning senior school film "VOICES' at the pre-show for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, screenings from November 20.

Submitted films in our senior category

Submitted films in our junior category

More on our Action Against Bullying! campaign

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With thanks to Britain's Got Talent finalists Flawless, Leon the Magician, Nuva water, Propercorn, Fruit Bowl and Starbucks

Meet our Primary school winners

We were back on location with Charlotte Hawkins this morning as she announced the winners of our Action! Against Bullying film competition in the Junior category - Beech Hill School in Halifax.

We launched Action! Against Bullying in September when we revealed some shocking statistics on bullying among young people. The competition aimed to give school pupils the chance to have a voice against bullying by communicating through the medium of movies what bullying means to them, how they can stop it and how it affects their lives.

Meet our Senior category winners

Submitted films in the junior category

Check out our anti-bullying helplines

Catch up with Good Morning Britain on ITV Player

Action! Against Bullying: Our first winners revealed

Today Charlotte is live from a secret location to surprise our first winners in our Action! Against Bullying film competition.

Delighted pupils and teachers from Sharnbrook Upper School in Bedford will have their film shown in all Odeon cinemas across the UK from Friday 20 November.

We launched Action! Against Bullying in September when we revealed some shocking statistics on bullying amongst young peolpe. The competition aimed to give school pupils the chance to have a voice against bullying by communicating through the medium of movies what bullying means to them, how they can stop it and how it affects their lives.

Watch more submissions in our Senior category

Check out our anti-bullying helplines

Catch up with Good Morning Britain on ITV Player

Charlotte with our winners!

Nicky Morgan supports our campaign

If some schools can tackle it we need to make sure all schools are taking it seriously

– Nicky Morgan

One of Britain's biggest teaching unions has told Good Morning Britain that training for teachers to deal with pupil on pupil bullying should be integral to training. NASUWT say: "Teachers at all stages of their careers are starved of access to high quality professional development, including on pupil behaviour and issues of bullying."

We put this issue to the woman with the power to address them - Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan. We also question her about what she thinks of Jeremy Corbyn as he faces his first PMQS.

Find out more about Action! Against Bullying

Catch up on Good Morning Britain with ITV Player

Don't be a bystander to bullying

You'd be having a laugh with someone then suddenly you overstep the line...

– Sam Ewen

As part of our Action! Against Bullying campaign we're talking about saying 'sorry for bullying' and we speak exclusively to two former young men involved in bullying, who made it up to their class mates in a very special way. We hear how they now work with the people who were at the other end of their actions.

They've produced an anti-bullying film and employed two students they were horrible to! Watch them talk about the advice they would give their younger selves - mainly to stop being selfish and to think about others and what they might be going through.

Catch up on Good Morning Britain with ITV Player