Anti-Bullying Week Videos

United Against Bullying

For Anti-Bullying Week 2020 United Against Bullying, we are excited to release these Anti-Bullying Videos for schools.

These videos are a great way to spark discussion and prompt class activities for Anti-Bullying Week 2020 United Against Bullying.

The Acts of Kindness video is for Early Years through to Year 3 students. This engaging animation shows how acts of kindness can make us and other feel happy.

Watch the video and then let your students think of their own act of kindness.

The Banter or Bullying?  video was created in response to the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s recent survey,that highlighted ‘banter and bullying’ as a high priority topic for young people.

The video can be used with Key Stage 2 and 3 students. It explores how and when banter can become bullying.

We hope you and your students enjoy them.

Banter or Bullying? (KS2 & KS3)


  • The definition of banter and bullying.
  • Understanding the difference between banter and bullying by reference to a power imbalance.
  • How banter or an in-joke can become bullying.


Questions to ask your students:

  • What does the word ‘banter’ mean to you? 
  • When and how can banter or an in-joke become bullying? 
  • When sharing banter or an in-joke ok, and when is it not ok?

Acts of Kindness (EYFS – KS1)


  • How kindness can make us and others feel happier. 
  • What acts of kindness could we do for others?


Questions to ask your students:

  • What started the acts of kindness?
  • How did the acts of kindness make the characters feel? 
  • What act of kindness could you do for someone at school or at home?