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Jodie Marsh Takes Over School For Programme On Bullying

Tuesday April 9 2013

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BODYBUILDER Jodie Marsh will be seen taking over Carlton Community College for her new TV show about bullying.

The former glamour model stars in the two-part show 'Jodie Marsh: Bullied' and the first episode aired on Channel 5 on April 4. Its second part will air this Thursday at 11pm.

"Carlton had openly admitted it had a problem with bullying and needed help," said Jodie, herself bullied at school. "The kids there were brilliant and I went in with anti-bullying campaigner Alex Holmes and turned the school around."

Jodie said some of the methods used include giving students more responsibility and putting them in charge of stopping any bullying rather than teachers.

"One girl who features in the show was suffering terribly with bullying and had no confidence and couldn't even look me in the eye. Now she's an ambassador for the school and giving talks. I couldn't believe this was the same girl after just three to four weeks."

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Reply Posted by Mick on Tuesday April 9 2013 at 09:54
It's terrible that Jodie Marsh was bullied, but do we want her in our schools? "Mum why is Jodie Marsh famous?" "Errrm, she got her boobs out a lot, dated celebrities and exchanged insults with Jordan"

Reply Posted by Kathleen Brickell on Tuesday April 9 2013 at 11:24
Isn't better she saves one child the heartache of being bullied of course we want her in the schools ...at least she is trying to help. What are you doing ???

Reply Posted by Alan on Tuesday April 9 2013 at 12:55
I think it is outrageous to claim that she 'turned the school around'. My daughter has been bullied relentlessly for years and is now at the point where she cannot attend lessons with the other children for fear of violence and abuse from gangs of spiteful littke girls who egg each other on to behave in this way. The school has a 'softly softly' approach that clearly does not work. Where was Jodie for my daughter?

Reply Posted by michelle on Tuesday April 9 2013 at 14:37
i feel of you, all schools have bullies but it only takes school to take action for it to stop and if it is out of school ring police

Reply Posted by michelle on Tuesday April 9 2013 at 14:35
i think its great that she has done something like this, all school have bullies, it need jodie marsh to go in all schools, only what i can say is bring it on, good look jodie marsh need to be done all over england.

Reply Posted by The Real Not FRED on Tuesday April 9 2013 at 18:14
You really are a nasty piece of work!
Taxi for Fred!

Reply Posted by Neil on Tuesday April 9 2013 at 19:29
Can she go and have a look how bad bullying is at BDGH? Ta!

Reply Posted by TheBull on Thursday April 11 2013 at 22:13
i say get kids into self defence classes like karate at an early age, it builds confidence and they will be able to look after theirselves and deter bullies. I will certainly be taking my boy to either karate or boxing when he reaches 5, maybe 6.

Reply Posted by rich on Thursday April 11 2013 at 23:42
nice, teach the kids how to fight that is like throwing petrol in the fire lol

Reply Posted by sid on Thursday August 29 2013 at 12:35
theres something in that Rich. its not the answer.as a parent it must be terrible. As for the bullied child,its life changing terror.

Reply Posted by E Rooke on Tuesday May 14 2013 at 22:32
It clearly did not work BULLYING at Carlton C,C is still going on .

Reply Posted by siddall on Thursday August 29 2013 at 12:14
no its not