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Choose Kindness when you head back to school this year. Take the Kindness Pledge in a Smiggle store and show your support of anti-bullying initiative Dolly’s Dream by promising to look after your friends and classmates, to be kind and to speak even if your voice shakes.

To celebrate creating a kinder community of kids, you can win a Smiggle Gift Voucher to spend on your very own selection of cool Back to School goodies, plus the opportunity for your family to take the DigiPledge thanks to your buddies at Smiggle.

You can take the Dolly’s Dream DigiPledge, a fun online quiz to help teach kids how to make the right choices online and explore the consequences of making poor decisions, visit parenthub.dollysdream.org.au

Visit dollysdream.org.au today to find out more about Dolly’s Dream and how you can help support their vision to end bullying.

Check out the best Back To School gear at Smiggle stores nationally (and internationally!!) or online at www.smiggle.com.

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  • Education is the best way! Having conversations and teaching!

  • Severely bullied all through school,
    Because I was never cool.
    Age 15 I tried to end my life,
    Surviving I’m now a mother and wife.
    I’ll teach my boys to be kind,
    Having empathy, compassion is rare to find.
    Talking to me about their feelings,
    Can only help their healing!

  • I would encourage my kids to be kind at school and tell the teachers of any bullying they notice at school so it can be addressed straight away.

  • Share the word most definately x

  • From my experience in schools most bullying behaviour begins in the home. As parents we need to model empathy and kindness in our relationships with others. We need to teach our children to put themselves in the shoes of the other child and imagine how they are feeling.

  • Dolly was also known for wearing her beautiful Aussie Akubra,I would issue every daycare and public school in Australia an Akubra and allow a brave student each week to proudly wear it for standing up to a bully in his or her own way.

  • Teach children to always be kind and to tell an adult when they experience bullying or know someone is being bullied

  • There should be a constant educated every year or often about bullying and how it can affect children. This education should not only be available to students at school but parents should also participate in educating their kids to never bully someone. Constant reminders for children will I still in their mind that any form of bullying will do no good to anyone.

  • What an amazing family to give back so much to the community to make a difference and prevent so much pain for other families.

  • I would help to stop bullying in 2021 by leading by example. Don’t accept this behaviour and find true friends.

  • Talking to your kids! Teaching them that everyone is different and we’re all stars in our own way. Life would be incredibly boring if we were all the same

  • Educating your children starts with you as a parent. Being kind to one another even if you’ve had a bad day. Teaching my children to be kind & show empathy towards others as you don’t know what is happening to them at home.

  • By teaching my children the difference between bullying, teasing and accidents. Getting them to recognise the signs and having them know to reach out to those that need help.

  • My 3.5yr old has had issues with other children picking on him. I told him to tell them to stop, if they don’t then to tell the educators. Education about bullying starts at home. Kids copy what their parents do, parents need to be held accountable for their childrens behaviour.

  • By teaching my little one to be kind

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