All this April Ireland AM will be highlighting the problem of Bullying in Irish schools.
But we don't want to just say how bad things are - we want to make a difference and make sure that the new government supports anti-bullying measures.
If you want to help stop the bullies, click here and like our page and sign our petition.
This petition will be going to the relevant Minister and will hopefully help end this issue so that no-one should fear going to school in Ireland.
Earlier in the week, as part of our Stamp Out Bullying campaign, we aired an emotional interview with the sister of Leanne Wolfe, who tragically took her own life at the age of eighteen, after suffering at the hands of bullies for years.
Leanne's parents, Colette and Anthony also spoke to us in their home in Cork. In their interview, which will be aired in full on Tuesday, her mother read a segment from Leanne's diaries which documented the torment she endured at the hands of bullies for years.
Sticks and Stones Anti Bullying drama workshops aim to heighten awareness of bullying in all its guises, reveal the misery it inflicts and help break the silence, which ensures its continuance.
Leanne Wolfe's story
Last month marked four years since 18-year-old Cork schoolgirl, Leanne Wolfe took her own life, after recording her years of torment at the hands of bullies in her diaries. Sinead talks to her sister, Triona.
Leanne Wolfe's Story Pt. 2
Here's the second half of Sinead's interview with Triona Wolfe.
'Belong To Youth' film
A video created as part of the Belong To Youth services which aims to combat homophobic bullying.
Bernadette Kilfeather, whose son has experienced cyberbullying, shares their experience and Simon Grehan, the Internet Safety Project Officer at the National Centre for Technology in Education tells us how you can monitor your child's internet usage.
This young man highlights the problem of being bullied for being gay, lesbian or transgender.
Effects of bullying
This young woman tells how she suffered exercise bulima as a result of bullying. The extended interview will be broadcast on Thursday April 14.
The full story
Emma Brown tells her full story of bullying and its impact in an interview with Sinead.
Triona Wolfe speaks about how her sister Leanne took her own life as a result of bullying - full interview on Monday April 18.