Anti Bullying Activities

by | Aug 31, 2019

Here at OpenView Education we are regularly creating new teaching resources. This year we have created interactive animations that teachers can use to celebrate the Anti Bullying Week 2019 Change Starts With Us.

The Anti Bullying video below has been designed for EYFS/KS1 students. The aim of the video is to help students learn how to speak up if someone is doing something that is hurting them or upsetting them. This is done by teaching students a ‘Stop Sign’.

When teaching the stop sign to young students, it’s important that they understand when, why and how they use it.

When: If another student is doing something that is upsetting or hurting us.

Why: Because the student may not know that we don’t like what they are doing. If we are being treated in a way that we do not like, we can ask the person to stop.

How: We can use our stop sign with a calm and confident voice. And we can put our hand up like a stop sign when we say it. We don’t need to shout.

Let us know what you thought of this anti bullying activity, video at @openviewed on Twitter.

If you liked this, you can find more of our Anti-Bullying activities here.

We will be visiting primary schools throughout November to celebrate Anti Bullying Week with our Anti Bullying Workshops and Anti Bullying Shows. If you would like to arrange a visit for your school, get in touch.

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