On Saturday 29th June, at Kidzania London, the NXT UK superstars from WWE came together to ‘Call Out Bullying’ with the children’s charity the NSPCC.
Visiting families had the chance to meet and greet the Superstars, who ran sessions tackling bullying head on. The stars ‘stepped into the ring’ – aka the KidZania Theatre – to speak to children about different types of bullying, from what to do if they are being bullied or see bullying happening.
The rally with WWE Superstars ran from 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm. Children who participated earned 10 kidZos (KidZania currency) and received a goody bag from WWE and the NSPCC.
With summer being such a significant time for children to step back from the school environment, this campaign is focused on helping young people understand why bullying is never acceptable and what to do if they experience or witness it.
KidZania is committed to making this the most stress-free summer for kids and parents alike.
Every year, thousands of young people from across the UK contact the NSPCC’s Childline service to discuss concerns about bullying, with cyber-bullying becoming increasingly prevalent
As an indoor city ‘run by kids’ for four to 14-year-olds, KidZania London will provide a platform for the campaign to directly reach thousands of kids likely to be affected by concerns about bullying.
The campaign will also
Following Saturday’s event, KidZania will continue to run the Call Out Bullying activity in the Theatre for the duration of July, with the aim of spreading people as possible.
To donate to this partnership and the NSPCC’s work to keep more children safe you can text CALLOUT to 70007 to donate £3*
For those that don’t know, at KidZania London, children can take part in exciting real-life adventures. Spanning across 75,000 square feet, KidZania is an amazing indoor city built just for kids.
KidZania provides children with the opportunity to try out a variety of real life activities from being a firefighter, journalist to a surgeon. Each role-play is developed to teach kids essential life skills including financial literacy, teamwork and independence.
Designed to empower and entertain kids, KidZania gives them the chance to challenge themselves and gets children thinking about which career they may pursue in the future.
Our writer went along to the launch and his kids loved KidZania! They spent 5 hours being involved in all jobs and opening a KidZania bank account! So it’s definitely a great family friendly day out.
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