say no to bullying

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

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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.

Antibullying round up for 2014

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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.

Theme 3: Say No To Bullying - Purple Set - England

The Saying no to bullying theme is structured differently from the other themes. It is intended that the work takes place over the period of a week or so, and that work in each subject area is focused on the aims of the theme as well as on subject-related objectives. Many schools have chosen to use the theme-related work to coincide with the national antibullying week in November.

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Theme 3 Say no to bullying Gold set

Primary SEAL family materials to accompany curriculum work in Theme 3, Say no to bullying (for England). The gold set provides a set of activities for families to do together at home when undertaking Theme 3.

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Theme 3 Say no to bullying Green set

This theme aims to develop and revisit four of the key social and emotional aspects of learning covered in previous themes through a focus on bullying – what it is; how it feels; why people bully; how we can prevent and respond to it; and how children can use their social,emotional and behavioural skills to tackle this crucial problem.

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Theme 3 Say no to bullying Yellow set

This theme aims to develop and revisit four of the key social and emotional aspects of learning covered in previous themes, through a focus on bullying – what it is; how it feels; why people bully; how we can prevent and respond to it; and how children can use their social, emotional and behavioural skills to tackle this crucial problem. The four aspects of learning in which knowledge, skills and understanding are developed are self-awareness, empathy, managing feelings and social skills.

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Theme 3 Say no to bullying Overview

This theme aims to develop and revisit four of the key social and emotional aspects of learning covered in previous themes, through a focus on bullying – what it is; how it feels; why people bully; how we can prevent and respond to it; and how children can use their social, emotional and behavioural skills to tackle this crucial
problem. The four aspects of learning in which knowledge, skills and understanding are developed are self-awareness, empathy, managing feelings and social skills.

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