Anti-bullying lesson plans and assemblies

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Antibullying assembly for early primary and secondary

This PowerPoint assembly uses a jazzy Who wants to be a millionaire quiz format. It was contributed to the TES website by 'treasurebox' - thank you!

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An antibullying assembly for primary or secondary

This assembly uses a Who Wants to be a Millionaire format to help children of any age think about bullying

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Rumours

This is a seondary powerpoint on spreading rumours as a form of bullying

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Year 7 anti-bullying sessions for tutor group time

A Y7 anti-bullying resource of fourteen short sessions , suitable for tutor group time, which was created by Ian Paish and shared on The Guardian teacher network by EmilyDrabble –thank you Ian and Emily!

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The sad tale of rejected ginger seal

http://www.shortlist.com/cool-stuff/photography/ginger-seal-shunned-by-p... This article is sure to be useful for SEAL work on conformity and rejection and valuing differences

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Let's fight it together

http://old.digizen.org/cyberbullying/fullFilm.aspxhttp://digizen.org/downloads/LetsFightItTogether-guide.pdf This is a brilliant film on cyberbullying, with accompanying guidance and lesson plans. It comes from the AntiBullying Alliance. It was created for secondary students but can also be used in older primary classes.

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A lesson to help secondary and older primary children understand why bullies bully

This jazzy Powerpoint lesson was uploaded to the TES website by Skoolio.co.uk- thank you!

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Keeping safe in cyberspace lesson plan and Powerpoint for KS2 and 3

These useful  resources were uploaded to TES site by Go-givers.Thank you!

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Films and lessons for anti-bullying or assertiveness/peer pressure work

This fantastic resource from Film Club and Beat Bullying has teaching ideas for using three Primary films and three Secondary films that deal with issues surrounding friendship, standing up for what is right and the power of groups — positive and negative.

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Staff meeting Powerpoint for primary based on SEAL resources

This useful resource was uploaded to TEs website by Kingsway infant school - thank you!

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Beat Bullying primary and secondary lesson on cyberbullying

More informational than SEAL-based, but would work well after using one of the Teachers' TV films on cyberbullying

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A secondary lesson about prejudice and stereotyping

Students explore prejudice and stereotypes through a fun thinking skills activity, before creating stereotypical images of boys and girls, and/or teenagers. They challenge negative stereotypes through role-play and identify prejudice in the news. This lesson is part of the Equal Rights, Equal Respect teacher training and education resource from the Equality and Human Rights Commission. To download all the resources for this lesson and for more equality and human rights materials, visit: www.equalityhumanrights.com/equalrightsequalrespect

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Problem page worksheet for secondary

This nice resource was uploaded to TES website by starfish 1954 - thank you!

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Creating a feelings map of the school

Thsi great lesson from starfish 1954 is good for identifying areas of the school where students do not feel safe and where bullying may happen

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Ready-made lesson starters/interactive activities/posters/film clips for anti-bullying week

This brilliant Powerpoint , created for the SEAL Community by Julie Casey, provides highly engaging, thought-provoking starting points for anti-bullying lessons or assemblies. Suitable for KS2 and 3.

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Looking for ideas for things to do for anti-bullying week this year?

This resource round up has links to some of the best anti-bullying resources we have found - Powerpoints, lesson plans and films.

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Antibullying round up for 2014

Antibullying week is coming up on 17-21 November. You'll find lots of resources on the official Anti-bullying alliance website  http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/send-resources but if you are looking for more ideas we've uploaded a few favourite lesson ideas here.There is a great KS2-4 lesson plan on bullying and disability which comes from the charity Beat Bullying- thank you! Plus some resources from the US - a KS2-4 lesson about being a bystander,  some lessons about cyberbullying and lastly some resources to tackle the problem of bullying between girls.

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Got some girls making each other's lives a misery?

These lessons from The Ophelia Project in US help girls learn about 'relational aggression' -  the subtle tactics of social exclusion, spreading rumours and threats to withdraw friendship that are so common amongst girls. There are 6 lessons for each age group.

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We're all wonders resource pack for work on valuing differences

A pack of teaching resources to support work on the book by R.J. Palacio - Wonder, adapted for younger readers as We’re All Wonders. Recently turned into a film starring Julia Roberts, it tells the story of a boy called Auggie with a facial abnormality who struggles to make friends. The simpler version confine itself to how people stare at him and say unkind things behind his back, and how that makes him feel. In the more complex original, his parents have to shield him from this by educating him at home, but now he is about to start school and dreading it.

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Read for Empathy guide

This is a guide to 21 great books for building empathy in primary-aged children.

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Blue eyes brown eyes

This powerful activity for KS1 and 2 helps children think about prejudice, stereotyping and difference . It needs to be handled with care.This version of the activity was created by Hull Museums Education Service.

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Resources to help children respect and value difference

Here you'll find a moving video, a secondary PowerPoint resource created by pupils for pupils, and a bunch of nice activity ideas based on children's books.

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Tackling hate speech

Ideas on helping older primary and secondary pupiils to understand why we sometimes use hate speech-speech which attacks a person or group on the basis of attributes such as race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability, or gender.

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