Websites and online resources

A list of a few websites and online resources to support follow up work.

Twinkl

Twinkl is a brilliant website for providing ready to use resources such as powerpoints, worksheets and discussion/display cards.

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NSPCC – “Speak Out, Stay Safe”

The NSPCC offer visits into schools and explores with each key stage different ways of recognising and tackling bullying.

Click here for website link

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Northern Ireland Curriculum

Provides a very informative and clear document with some activities, and extra resources about feelings and emotions. It is advertised for use with year 3 but could easily be used as inspiration for younger or older years. There is also a very interesting reading list at the end of the document.

Click here for website link

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Kidscape

Kidscape offers classroom resources and short videos explaining aspects of bullying and standing up for yourself. There is also a booklet for primary age children called Don’t Bully Me! Which can be used to provide facts and advice to teachers and children.

Both videos linked above promote self-confidence from the victim’s point of view which is often as important as teaching children not to bully.

Click here for website link

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Peacemakers

Peacemakers is a Birmingham based organisation training and educating school staff and pupils in ways to “develop skills, knowledge, behaviour and systems that develop peaceful learning environments.”

Click here for website link

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The Anti-Bullying Alliance

The Anti-Bullying Alliance provides a primary school resource pack (linked here) for Anti Bullying Week including lesson and assembly plans.

More ideas for schools from Anti-Bullying Alliance linked here

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Childline

Childline has a brilliant hand out (linked here) that might be more suitable for slightly older children.

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Bullying UK

Bullying UK provides useful information and statistics as well as an interesting video looking at the line between “banter” and bullying. It talks about “telling schools” where everyone makes it their responsibility to tell a teacher if they see something wrong. Not just the victim of the bullying. This may be related to the performance by talking about how the audience could have stopped Bally’s bullying behaviour if they’d told someone rather than watching it happen.

Click here for website link

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ITV Be Kind Campaign

This campaign has provided a great resource pack with information and activity ideas (linked here)

 

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