Category: Bully & Boo

#BOOtoBullies

November 13, 2018 | By

#BOOtoBullies Two boys who were physically and emotionally bullied at their primary school, put their eight- and twelve year old heads together in 2014 and came up with a plan to make young children aware of the impact of bullying. The brothers, Timeon and Reuben Jansen van Rensburg, with the help of their mother, Sinta Ebersohn, created […]

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Brothers’ Brilliant Campaign Against Bullies

November 16, 2017 | By

When two young brothers had enough of being bullied physically and emotionally, they devised a brilliant campaign against bullying that grew into a global initiative. At the age of 8, Timeon Jansen van Rensburg and his brother Reuben, who was 12, created interactive comics to address this problem. During the International Anti-Bullying Week in November […]

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4th International Anti-Bullying Week

November 9, 2017 | By

Afrikaans Volgende week, dryf hierdie knape hul 4de Jaarlikse Internasionale Anti-Boelie Week Veldtog! Vanaf 13 tot 19 November, kan u GRATIS toegang tot interaktiewe strokiesprente oor afknouery verkry, met komplimente van die skeppers, Timeon (11) en Reuben (15) Jansen van Rensburg. Die broers was self by die skool afgeknou en skep toe in 2014 die […]

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International Anti-Bullying Week 2017

October 26, 2017 | By

Young Bully Survivors Launch their 4th International Anti-Bullying Campaign Born from the vision to guide children toward understanding the impact of their bullying and also to help those who fall victim to bullying deal with it, the week of 13 to 19 November, will be the fourth Annual International Anti-Bullying Campaign, where The Adventures of […]

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Buy The Adventures of Bully and Boo in Five Languages

May 3, 2017 | By

 The Adventures of Bully & Boo – At $15 The Interactive comic strips that teach young children empathy to prevent bully behaviour, is available in English, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Spanish & French. In this special sponsored offer, you can buy a module for only $15. You can purchase your module from anywhere in the world by clicking […]

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SA Anti-Bullying Campaign Goes Global

November 16, 2016 | By

Proudly South African, The Adventures of Bully & Boo, are reaching far and wide this year with its annual International Anti-Bullying Week campaign. These interactive comic strips, were created by two brothers, Timeon (10) and Reuben (14), who had had enough of bullies in 2014. Based on the proven principals of teaching children empathy from a […]

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Karate Champions & Anti-Bully Project

August 31, 2016 | By

Stellenbosch broers, Timeon Jansen van Rensburg(10jr) en Reuben Jansen van Rensburg (13jr) het pas elk die Suid Afrikaanse Goju Ryu Karate Kampioenskappe in hul ouderdomsgroepe gewen. Bykans twee jaar gelede, het hulle interaktiewe strokiesprente ontwikkel, wat jong kinders empatie leer, ten einde afknouery te voorkom. Lees meer oor die Beginsels waarop dit gebasseer is. Alhoewel die twee seuns […]

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Global Ambassador for The Adventures of Bully & Boo

May 31, 2016 | By

. Become a Flexi-Time Teacher for this Anti-Bullying Campaign! Work flexi-time as a Global Ambassador for our anti-bullying campaign, while earning a competitive income. These interactive comic strips are currently available in English, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Spanish and French. If you are a passionate or experienced teacher, you can introduce our product anywhere in the world […]

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FREE ONLINE ACCESS to The Adventures of Bully & Boo

November 4, 2015 | By

FREE ONLINE ACCESS to The Adventures of Bully & Boo International Anti-Bullying Week (16 -22 November 2015) The interactive comic strips about bullying, which were launched one year ago, are now available in Afrikaans, English, Xhosa, Français and Español. Teach young children empathy to avoid bullying, by playing through these stories, encouraging children to read along, […]

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Teaching Children Empathy Prevents Bullying

September 8, 2015 | By

“Empathy, an understanding that other people have feelings and that those feelings count, is a learned behaviour. There is no gene for empathy. That learning begins in infancy.” Says Carolyn Zahn-Waxler, research scientist in psychology and psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin. Why is empathy so vitally important for success in life and work? Empathy […]

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