Anti-Bullying Resources: Interactive Videos

by | Nov 7, 2019

Anti-Bullying Week is celebrated throughout November and organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. In these interactive videos your students will meet the characters of Milly and Philip. These videos can be used to spark creative discussions with your class.

They are a great way to explore topics such as:

  • Choose Respect – Bullying as a behaviour choice.
  • Bullying vs Conflict – The difference between bullying & conflict.

  • Celebrating Difference – Learning why it’s fun to have a friend who is different from us.

  • Peer Pressure – Understanding Bullying as a group behaviour.

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Anti-Bullying KS1: What Makes my Family Special

In this video we meet Philip. We learn to celebrate difference by thinking about how everyone has a different family. Your students can draw a picture of their family and talk about what makes them unique.

 

 

 

Anti-Bullying KS1: Why It Is Fun to Have a Friend Who is Different From Me

In this video Milly talks about why it is fun to have a friend who is different from you. Get your class to think about their friendships and what makes them special. Hear from Milly then discuss with your class.

 

 

Anti-Bullying KS2: What Is Bullying?

In this video we learn why it is important that we understand what bullying is. We think about bullying as a behaviour choice and how we can always ‘Choose Respect.’

 

Anti-Bullying KS2: Conflict VS Bullying

In this video we learn about the difference between Conflict and Bullying. Listen to Philip’s experience and decide with your class if you think this was conflict or bullying.

 

Anti-Bullying KS2: Peer Pressure

Listen to Milly’s experience and decide as a class what she should do.  Ask your students if they have experienced anything similar to Milly.

 

Thanks for watching. Remember to check out our Anti-Bullying Workshops and Shows for Primary Schools and our Internet Safety Workshops for Primary Schools. Our Workshops and Shows are available throughout the year.

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