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 22 - Bullying – Advise the Parents

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This activity offers young people the opportunity to advise the parents of young person who is being bullied about the most appropriate support and help that they can give using a ‘problem page’ format. This might also be a useful activity for parenting groups to use to consider what parents / carers can do.

Activity 21 - Bullying Behaviour

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This session considers different forms of bullying and young people’s experience of the frequency of them to find out which type of bullying is the most prevalent.

Activity 20 - Bullying – Collective Responsibility

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£0.79

This activity looks at the wider impact of bullying and introduces the idea of collective responsibility

Activity 19 - Bullying – Naming Behaviour

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The aim of this mix and match activity is to match the bullying behaviour with the definitions offered. These can be added to with or adapted to meet local needs.

Activity 18 - Bullying – Peer Pressure

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This exercise asks young people to consider the consequences of their actions in bullying situations and encourage young people to consider the potential losses and gains of giving in to peer pressure.

Activity 17 - Bullying Resolution Roleplay

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£0.79

The aim of this role-play activity is for young people to come up with their own ideas for support and guidance for the victims of bullying, building empathy and confidence.

Activity 16 - Don’t Laugh at Me!

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This worksheet can be used with groups, but works best in a one–to-one setting where young people have more time to think through and discuss any issues raised.

Activity 15 - Helping Hand

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To encourage the young people to identify people they could talk to if they were worried or concerned about bullying.

Activity 14 - Exploring Why People Keep Quiet About Bullying

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£0.79

This activity explores the reasons why some young people choose not to tell someone that they are being bullied and ways to show support to victims and encourage them to report it

Activity 13 - Defining Bullying

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This sorting game enables young people to define bullying behaviour, explore different forms of bullying and build empathy.

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