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Anti-Bullying Lesson Plans & Videos

These Anti-Bullying Lesson Plans and Videos have been created to support the Change Starts With Us theme for Anti-Bullying Week 2019.  The videos and plans reinforce the message that small, positive changes can make a big difference.

 

We hope you can use these videos and plans to deliver interactive Anti-Bullying Lessons with your students, please feel free to share them with the teachers at your school. 

Anti-Bullying Lesson Plan & Video

(EYFS/KS1) 

Let's Learn The Stop Sign!

In this video we meet Milly and Philip. They enjoy playing together in the sand pit together, but then Philip starts throwing sand at Milly. 

Milly learns to use a 'Stop Sign' to ask Philip to stop in a polite and assertive way.

Anti-Bullying Lesson Plan: 

Let's Learn The Stop Sign!

The aim of this video and lesson is to help students in reception - year 3 to speak up in an assertive and polite way if another student is doing something that is upsetting them or hurting them. 

AIMS

Students will talk about when they can use their Stop Sign.

Students will practice saying their Stop Sign

Students will talk about the 'Let's Learn The Stop Sign!'  Video.

STARTER

Explain to your students they will be hearing a story about a character, and they will be helping this character.

MAIN

Play 'Let's Learn The Stop Sign!' Anti-Bullying Video, pause when instructed to do so.

Discuss the video with your students, you can ask them: 

  • What happened in the video? 

  • Does Philip know that throwing sand was upsetting Milly?

  • Why was Philip throwing sand?

  • What could Milly do?

Suggest to your students that Milly could ask Philip to stop throwing sand, and that she could tell him that she doesn't like it. 

Then teach your students the Stop Sign by having them repeat it back to you.

 

'Please stop. I do not like it'

Get your students to stand and hold up their hand up like a stop sign when they do this. 

Explain that the students should sound polite and confident, they should not be shouting. Once your students have practiced the Stop Sign. Play the final part of the video. 

FINISH

Talk to your students about when they could use their Stop Sign. You could also do some role-play to allow your students to practice their Stop Sign. 

Anti-Bullying Lesson Plan & Video

(KS2)

What Would You Do?

In this video your students will hear four different scenarios that show different kinds of bullying taking place. After each scenarios. You can pause the video to discuss with your group and ask then 'What Would You Do?

Anti-Bullying Lesson Plan: 

What Would You Do?

The aim of this video and lesson is to promote discussion about bullying with KS2 students. It will also encourage them to think about how we can respond appropriately to bullying situations from the perspective of the victim, or from the perspective of a bystander. 

AIMS

Students will watch What Would You Do? Video.

Students will discuss each scenario.

Students suggest ideas of how to respond to the bullying situations presented. 

Students discuss what they understand bullying is.

STARTER

Put students into small groups of four or five. This is to allow them to discuss the videos effectively. 

MAIN

Play each scenario in the What Would You Do?  video, pause the video after each one and allow your students to discuss what they have seen. 

To direct their discussion tell your students they need to answer the following questions for each scenario:

  • Is this bullying, and if so why?

  • What would you do if this was happening to do?

  • What would you do if you saw this, or if you knew it was happening?

Facilitate the discussion that arises from the videos. Take any opportunities that arise to reference your schools Anti-Bullying Policy. Direct students towards appropriate responses to the bullying situations when needed.

FINISH

Write down any good strategies or responses that your students thought of on the board. Review these suggestions at the end of the lesson and take the opportunity to reference your schools Anti-Bullying Policy.

We hope you enjoyed using these Anti-Bullying Lesson Plans and Videos. To help you celebrate Anti-Bullying Week at your school, why not arrange to have OpenView Education visit your school? 

 

We provide interactive Anti-Bullying Shows and Interactive Workshops for Primary Schools throughout the year. 

 

Find out more about what we offer here.

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