CBBC: 6pm, 13th December 2023
This documentary follows the stories of three children who have learnt to deal with bullying through setting out to achieve their own personal goals. The film is part of the BBC’s content to mark National Anti-Bullying Week (13th-17th November). The documentary features appearances from Premier League stars Declan Rice and Jack Grealish, as well as world-renowned musician Chelcee Grimes, all of whom have experienced bullying themselves. 12-year-old Alfie, who was picked on by a group of boys in his year, started his own anti-bullying campaign that he hoped would help other pupils cope with bullying. With the help of football legends Declan Rice and Jack Grealish, Alfie gains recognition as an anti-bullying ambassador from a leading UK charity. 14-year-old aspiring singer Brooke had her dream come true when she appeared on the talent show The Voice. But the experience caused her former friends to start writing hurtful comments on social media. We follow Brooke as she works on her own song about resilience, with help from global star Chelcee Grimes, which she hopes will inspire others going through hard times. Soffia is a footballer and was excluded and teased when her friends found out about her passion. She shares the diary she wrote at the time and reveals how the bullying made her feel. But despite all, she persevered and has managed to secure her place as a top goalkeeper in the Welsh football youth team. But how will she do when she trials for the Aston Villa Academy?