NEW: ONLINE Anti-Bullying Show – Time To Unite!

by | Sep 21, 2020

For Anti-Bullying Week 2020, OpenView Education are so pleased to announce two brand new Online Experiences for primary schools.

 

For your students in Years 1 – 4…

Anti-Bullying Online Show

Introducing our Online Anti-Bullying Show: ‘Time to Unite!’

Adapted from our live brand new Anti-Bullying show for this year, our online Anti Bullying show is professionally filmed, pre-recorded, and a great way for your whole school to celebrate Anti-Bullying Week in a way that works with any social distancing requirements that you may have at your school.

It’s easy to access and use – All you need to do is press play, and enjoy! Your whole school will receive access, and as the show is pre-recorded – Teachers can watch the show with their class, at a time that works for them.

Time to Unite! – The Online Anti-Bullying Show, is interactive and engaging for a variety of ages with lots of discussion points. Through watching the online show, your students will learn how they can use courage and kindness to become United Against Bullying, and make their school an even better place.

 

For your students in Years 5 and 6…

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Introducing our online Press & Play Anti-Bullying Lesson: Stronger Together.

This interactive video led session follows the character of Sophie. Through hearing Sophie’s story, your students will learn how banter can sometimes go too far and become bullying, with a focus on online behaviour.

Complete with a step by step guide for teachers to follow, the lesson is easy to access and use, and provides an engaging experience for your students. Just press play, and our professional performer will virtually lead the lesson for you.

Presenting an ideal alternative for in person Anti-Bullying Workshops, Stronger Together will support students in their understanding of how to respond to bullying and conflict in a positive way, and encourage them to work together to make their school a great place.

The lesson is full of discussion points, written activities and also presents the opportunity to create an Anti-Bullying wall display.

With Anti-Bullying Week approaching on Monday 16th November – Friday 20th November, we understand that schools may not be able to invite in-person visitors just yet, but young people and teachers remain at the heart of everything we do at OpenView Education, so we wanted to find a way to offer support in a way that works for you.

Our Online Anti-Bullying experiences are the perfect alternative to live performances this Anti-Bullying Week, there’s no need for an in-person facilitator, and you’ll gain access to the show for three months from Monday 2nd November 2020, and you can watch it as many times as you like in that time!

To access both online experiences, the cost is usually £275. We’re currently running a special offer for schools that enquire before Friday 16th October 2020 – we’re offering the whole school online experience for just £225.

So don’t miss out on the offer, send us a quick message to find out more.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The OpenView Education Team

P.S – We’re also offering safe and socially distanced workshops for Anti-Bullying Week, if you’d like an in-person Anti-Bullying workshop – We’re happy to offer that too. 🙂

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