Whether you want to keep your pupils safe, raise awareness of bullying in its many forms or identify children's rights and responsibilities to themselves and their peers, this resource is a great place to start.
A school's response to bullying should not start at the point at which a child has been bullied; preventing bullying occurring in the first place is the best approach to take. There are different ways school's can approach this, for example; talking to pupils about issues of difference, perhaps in lessons, through dedicated events or projects, or through assemblies. Staff themselves will be able to determine what will work best for their pupils, depending on the particular issues they need to address.
This resource is an excellent tool for discussing and debating different types of bullying. The pack includes a set of 16 laminated A5 cards, each depicting a different scenario. Mix the pack of cards up and get pupils to categorise which scenarios they think show bullying, which don't show bullying and which cards they are unsure of. By using this exercise as a starting point, you will be able to gauge the level of awareness with your children and tailor further activities accordingly.
Schools that excel at tackling bullying have created an ethos of good behaviour, where pupils treat one another and the school staff with respect because they know that this is the right way to behave. The purpose of all anti-bullying activity is both to reduce bullying in schools and to develop citizens who will be willing and able to challenge bullying behaviour - in all its forms - when it occurs.
16 x A5 full colour laminated cards, suitable for KS1 and KS2.
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