Confident kids usually don’t get picked on in the first place. Bullies target the weak.
October is national Bully Prevention Month. At Tiger Schulmann’s we are committed to stopping bullying in its tracks.
We are pleased to announce that all 46 Tiger Schulmann’s locations are hosting a One-Day-Only, Free Bully Shield Seminar on Saturday October 15th. This free seminar is open to the public and all children, ages 7-12 are welcome to attend.
Click here for more details on this special event.
Bullying is a hot topic today, and with good reason. We hear more and more stories of bullying escalating to outright abuse, often with truly frightening consequences. Everyday bullying amongst children – the type of behavior that is too often excused with expressions like “Kids can be cruel” or “Boys will be boys” – is a worry that many kids and their parents face. Bullies can be found almost everywhere, but we can help your child face them.
Tiger Schulmann’s kids’ program gives kids the confidence and skills to protect themselves from bullies.
Children learn the skills they need to stand up for themselves before abuse becomes physical. If your child is terrified to go to school, reluctant to play with other children, or being bullied, consider reserving a place in our program. Our bully prevention program gives children increased confidence. Confident kids usually don’t get picked on in the first place. Bullies target the weak.
Bullied kids are often distracted by worries which keep them from enjoying school, learning, having fun, or joining other kids in their activities. Don’t let bullies distract your child from getting the most from their schooling.
Tiger Schulmann’s offers age-appropriate self-defense classes all year long to help your child gain confidence and self-discipline.
Bully Shield Events
We also sponsor Bully Shield events in schools, churches, scout programs, and for many other organizations. Call to learn more and set up your own event.
Discussion topics include:
- What is a bully?
- The three stages of bullying.
- How to diffuse a bullying situation without getting physical.