Anti-Bullying Alliance: Primary School Pack

by | Sep 26, 2019

The Anti-Bullying Alliance have released their new Primary School Resource pack. It includes PowerPoints, Lesson Plans, Videos and ideas for leading an assembly for Anti-Bullying Week 2019 Change Starts With Us.

The lesson plans explore how small positive changes can make a big difference.

One thing we loved about these lesson plans, is that they encourage open conversation around online behaviour. This can be a great way of ensuring young people will speak up if they see something that upsets them on the internet. This is something that we encourage in our anti bullying workshops and in our internet safety workshops.

There is also an exercise in the lesson plans that explores how students feel their school responds to bullying situations. This could be a great way of gaining insight into how likely students are to come forward and speak up about bullying situations:

Anti-Bullying Activity from the new lesson plans form ABA.

Download the new primary school pack here. Using these resources will help you to create a fantastic Anti-Bullying Week 2019 at your school.

Want some more Anti-Bullying resources? Check out our interactive Anti-Bullying animations and lesson plans here.

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