Anti Bullying Activities: What Would You Do?

by | Sep 20, 2019

For Anti-Bullying Week 2019 Change Starts With Us we have created original animations to support primary schools in delivering a positive Anti Bullying message to their students.

These animations are an age appropriate and entertaining way of starting a discussion about bullying and cyberbullying in the classroom. They are a perfect resource to support our Anti-Bullying Workshops and Anti Bullying Shows.

What Would You Do?

This video shows four different bullying situations. After watching each section pause the video and discuss with your students what they would do if they were in this situation, or if it was happening to someone that they knew.

Check out the videos here.

If you would like to make Anti-Bullying Week 2019 a special event at your school, organising visit with OpenView Education can be a great way to do this. Find out how we can help your school to celebrate the event here.

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