Short Story

Dear Diary,

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School of the year Award

This Summer, Support Me went on a very exciting journey to London

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Poem : Cyberbullies aren't great

The cyberbullies like to hide,

you want to know the reasons why.

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Poem : No Bullying

Nice is totally the wrong name for a bully.

Only mean and thoughtless people bully.

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Launch Feedback

Recently Support Me held an event to launch their newest initiative, ‘Oor Bullie’ our comic book. Two of the pupils questioned the Web Designer Alistair, teachers, plus fellow students Chloe and John on their

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Tony Fitzpatrick

Tony Fitzpatrick was born on the 3rd of March 1956 and he is an ex-football player and was recently named CEO of St. Mirren.  

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Support Me 2016

  • Heather Shields|Emily Carslile|Caitlin Johnstone

    Heather Shields|Emily Carslile|Caitlin Johnstone

  • John Gibb|Daryl McArthur

    John Gibb|Daryl McArthur

  • Naomi Patterson|Chloe Rice

    Naomi Patterson|Chloe Rice

    The Founders

    The original founders of Support Me 2012
    "If you ever feel your in a deep black hole we're the shining light at the end of the tunnel!"

    Our New Sponsor

    tony compactWe are pleased to introduce our new sponsor  Tony Fitzpatrick  who has kindly agreed to donate the cost for our fantastic uniforms.

    Tony is best known for his football career.  Among his many talents, Tony has written many stories in memory of his young son Tony who tragically passed away in 1983. (age 6) His nickname was "Babakoochi Bear ."character 01 medium


    Child Line

    You can contact Childline on 0800 1111,  24 hours a day about anything. No problem is too big or too small. If you are feeling worried, scared, stressed or just want to talk to someone they are there to offer support and advice. They understand it can be difficult to trust someone and tell them what is happening and how you are feeling. They want to help you feel confident to deal with the situations.
    Support Me aims to raise money to help further Childline’s mission to support children suffering from Cyberbullying. Below is a list of what the money raised can achieve:


    • £4 covers rental for child to speak to a childline counsellor
    • £24 a month would answer 72 calls from children
    • £42 would pay for one to one confidential counselling
    • £1600 to recruit, train and support a volunteer counsellor
    • £4000 could fund a Childline Supervisor for a month