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  • The Count Down Has Begun!

    The count down has begun!

    Very soon we will be announcing a new & exciting antibullying and cybersafety initiative!

    In the meantime, you can stil obtain our cybersafety resources here.

  • Glenwood High: Breaking silence to bust harassment

    GLENWOOD High School has made a strong commitment to stop bullying and harassment.

    Using the Bully Busters Two and Anti-Bullying Forum recently , the school is actively tackling the issue with principal Erla McMaster leading the way.

    She spoke about silence being the bully's best friend while deputy principal Lance Berry led students through the The Bully High School workshop.

    It helped students understand the impact of bullying through video presentations and scenario studies.

  • Best Enemies scores an 88% 'Excellent' Satisfaction Rating

    Since the beginning of the school year, Best Enemies has visited and run workshops in schools across NSW, from PLC in Sydney on behalf of KYDs, to Mildura & Broken Hill with Mission Australia, Queanbeyan on behalf of Catholic Care to Inverell with the Inverell Family Youth Support Service.


  • Learnings from the Best Enemies Cyber Safety Forum

    Over 100 people attended the Best Enemies Cyber Safety Forum at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne. There were teachers, curriculum managers, parents, well- being and anti-bullying experts and media. Look for a full report of the launch on this website to catch up all of the issues that were discussed on that evening and the twitter feed on it.


  • Daily Telegraph: Best Enemies Education survey finds phones are keeping girls up at night

    TEEN girls are so desperate to keep in touch with friends they are sleeping with phones under their pillows.

    The addiction to social networking is making students chronically tired and putting their education at risk, experts say, The Advertiser reported.

    To read more, click here