Anti-Bullying

Bullying is something that most young people will have experience of directly or indirectly at some point. The activities in this area explore different types of bullying, including relationship and cyber-bullying, as well as the emotional impact that bullying can have. There are also session plans to train ‘buddies’ and peer mentors to support the victims of bullying and help bullies who want to change their behaviour.

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Activity 42 - Bully cards

Bully cards
£0.79

This activity enables young people to identify a support network should they become a victim of bullying, or to help a friend who is experiencing it.

Activity 41 - How am I feeling?

How am I feeling?
£0.79

This activity aims to build empathy amongst young people for those involved in bullying situations, including the bully, the bullied and onlookers.

Activity 40 - Relationship bullying

Relationship bullying
£0.79

This group activity encourages young people to explore what is and is not bullying behaviour within an intimate or dating relationship.

Activity 39 - Chain reaction

Chain reaction
£0.79

This group activity encourages young people to consider the knock-on effects of choices and decisions made in a bullying situation from the perspective of the bully and the bullied.

Activity 38 - Sexual bullying

Sexual bullying
£0.79

This activity looks at the sensitive subject of sexual bullying using images or films captured on mobile phones and / or uploaded online.

Activity 37 - Social media – safe or unsafe?

Social media – safe or unsafe?
£0.79

This is an activity to discuss the etiquette of social media and when a bit of harmless fun becomes bullying.

Activity 36 - Support circles

Support circles
£0.79

This activity explores current support networks and encourages young people
to use them if they are being bullied, or are at risk of bullying.
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Activity 35 - Social media – acceptable or unacceptable?

Social media – acceptable or unacceptable?
£0.79

This is a review activity to discuss the etiquette of social media.

Activity 34 - Online dating

Online dating
£0.79

Online dating is a popular way to meet new partners, especially for those who find it hard to meet new people in the ‘real world’. This session encourages young people to have fun, but stay safe.

Activity 33 - Online bullying or just a joke?

Online bullying or just a joke?
£0.79

The aim of this exercise is to build empathy and start thinking about the line between a joke and online bullying.

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