Making your school a happier and safer place this year.


Making your school a happier and safer place this year.

Making your school a happier and safer place this year.

Mrs Isabel Skinner FaceUp – Zimbabwe Representative

2021 has started with many challenges but together we can overcome these challenges. With schools working online and students at home there are many concerns about the wellbeing of each student. To help your school this year to create a healthier, safer community we brought FaceUp to Zimbabwe. Trusted by over 1800 organisations worldwide, FaceUp is a web and mobile platform that helps fight bullying and group exclusion at schools all around the world. They both work as a virtual anonymous reporting platform. We help turn bystanders into helpers and teach students to speak up instead of joining the silent majority.
Through our website and mobile app, your students can anonymously report to their school counsellors issues that their peers may be facing which include the following:
• Bullying
• Cyber bullying
• Sexual harassment
• Mental health concerns
• Self-harm
• Suicidal tendencies
• Drug addiction
• Abandonment
In Zimbabwe, 61% of children are involved in bullying, according to the 2020 Global Student Health Survey. We can assist your school with their own internal anonymous survey this term to establish if you need FaceUp to make your school a safer place this year.
2021 has started with many challenges but together we can overcome these challenges. With schools working online and students at home there are many concerns about the wellbeing of each student. To help your school this year to create a healthier, safer community we brought FaceUp to Zimbabwe. Trusted by over 1800 organisations worldwide, FaceUp is a web and mobile platform that helps fight bullying and group exclusion at schools all around the world. They both work as a virtual anonymous reporting platform. We help turn bystanders into helpers and teach students to speak up instead of joining the silent majority.
Through our website and mobile app, your students can anonymously report to their school counsellors issues that their peers may be facing which include the following:
• Bullying
• Cyber bullying
• Sexual harassment
• Mental health concerns
• Self-harm
• Suicidal tendencies
• Drug addiction
• Abandonment
In Zimbabwe, 61% of children are involved in bullying, according to the 2020 Global Student Health Survey. We can assist your school with their own internal anonymous survey this term to establish if you need FaceUp to make your school a safer place this year.