Upstander Impact

Anti-Bullying Presentations for Secondary Schools

The Upstander Impact Anti-Bullying Presentation empowers your students with the skills and knowledge they need to respond to conflict and bullying situations.

The session explores racial bullying and the harmful impact of stereotypes. Your students will learn specific actions we can take as bystanders to help stop bullying from happening.

Ideal for your drop down day or to support delivery of RSHE.

This is a high energy presentation, ideal for creating a powerful, positive learning experience on Anti-Bullying.

Learning Outcomes:

  • About different types of bullying (including cyberbullying), the impact of bullying, responsibilities of bystanders to report bullying and how and where to get help.


  • What racist bullying is, and the actions we can take if we encounter it.


  • What a stereotype is, and how stereotypes can be unfair, negative or destructive.


  • That in school and in wider society we can expect to be treated with respect by others, and that in turn we should show due respect to others.


  • Strategies we can use to respond to bullying in a range of different contexts.


  • The different roles involved in a bullying situation.


  • The definition of bullying with reference to a power imbalance.

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Anti Bullying Workshops

Duration: 60 minutes

120 Students Per Presentation

Up to 4 x Presentations can be delivered on one day.

Level: Key Stage 3

One Year Group per Presentation.

What people say:

‘Your presentation is brilliantly sequenced, engaging and very clear. The presenter massively supported this with his pace and movement.

The session gave students an understanding of what they can do to change bullying for themselves and others.

Participation elements are excellent and got a good response from the students.’

West Coventry Academy, Coventry.

‘Our facilitator was absolutely amazing! Extremely interactive and engaging with the pupils. The session was very ‘active’ with short bursts of activities going on throughout, as well as crucial information being shared with the students. So, it was not boring and the pupils were not talked at for the whole hour!

Our facilitator was also very confident, and her behaviour management was exceptional. She retained the pupil’s attention at all times and overall, it was an extremely successful session. I hope to work with your company again in the near future smile.’

Eden Girls Leadership Academy, Birmingham

Ms Sadia

‘Presenter was confident and engaged the students. The input was appropriate for the age group.

Lauren was great. She was confident and engaged the students well. They responded well to her and she had a wealth of volunteers.

Thank you.’

Feversham Girls Academy, Bradford

Jackie Abbott, Assistant Head.

‘The workshops helped make an important common issue in schools more relatable and engaging to students.

It helps students to understand they have the power to stop bullying. The constant interaction and probing questions really challenged the students’ perceptions.

You were charismatic and engaging from the first moment and you held the audience captive throughout.’

Canons High School, Edgware, London.

‘I want to pass on my huge gratitude for the amazing workshops delivered over three days at Putney high school. The response was amazing.

Your patience, delivery and professionalism shone through and there’s been so much positive feedback. You started a very important conversation in the school.’

Putney High School, London

Mr Mistry

‘Interactive and age related issues covered. All learners engaged.

Charismatic presenter. Good volume and voice. Appropriate questioning. Encouraging students to look inward.

Amazing Work. All learners engaged and found it informative.

Thank you.’

Bolton Muslim Girls' School, Bolton.

Why Upstander Impact is Popular with Secondary Schools:

Supports Learning Outcomes for Relationships and Sex Education

Created specifically to address the learning outcomes for the Respectful relationships section of the RSE guidelines.

Resources & Videos

Our visits are not a one off, as part of your booking you receive access to excellent supporting resources and videos.

Highly Engaging Delivery

Your presentation is delivered by a professional performer. Your students will be actively engaged throughout and take part in discussions and answer questions.

Excellent Value

Upstander Impact caters for a large number of students across one day. We have packages that cater for your whole school across just one day. This makes our visits perfect as part of your drop down day.

How your day would look:

The Upstander Impact presentation is ideal for your drop down day, or to support delivery of RSE in your school.

Each workshop caters for up to 120 students allowing us to work with multiple year groups across just one day.

Once you choose your preferred date, we work alongside you to create a timetable that works for your school.

Your students take part in the Live Presentation

Anti Bullying Workshops Secondary Schools

Each presentation caters for 120 students.

We work alongside you to create a timetable that fits with your school day.

Your Teachers Deliver Follow up Lessons in Class

Anti Bullying Follow Up Lesson Plans

After your students have taken part in the presentation, teachers then deliver the follow up lesson in the classroom.

Extend student learning with engaging Video Lessons 

Anti-Bullying Videos

Our visits are not just a one off.

Your booking includes access to excellent video led RSE Lessons for your whole school.

Use these video lessons easily at anytime to fit within your curriculum.

Includes Resources & Videos:

Our visits are not just a one off. When you book the Upstander Impact Anti-Bullying Presentation you receive access to supporting resources and videos to explore further RSE topics.

In addition to the live presentations, you receive:

  • Upstander Impact Review Lesson + Assessment of Learning
  • Banter or Bullying? – Press & Play Video Lesson
  • Managing Conflicts & Positive Friendships – Lesson Plan + Video
  • What Would You Do? – Video + Lesson Plan

Did you know?

  • 75% of young people see bullying happening. 
  • 25% of those who see bullying don’t tell anyone about it.

Get in touch

Send us a message here and we’ll respond with the best options for your school.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I talk to someone before booking?

Yes, we’re here to help create a fantastic event for your school.

Call us on 0207 459 4473 and a friendly member of our team will talk through the best options for your school.

How many presenters deliver the Upstander Impact Anti-Bullying Presentation?

One presenter delivers the sessions.

Is Upstander Impact a Theatre Performance?

Upstander impact is a Performative, Interactive Presentation that is designed to be delivered to
a large number of students at a time. It is not a theatre production.

How do students need to sit?

Please sit students in Assembly Style Seating. This can be in a Theatre style Space, a Hall, or a Lecture Theatre.
Please avoid having students sitting on the floor, as this can have an impact on their experience.

Please also avoid exam style seating, and no desks are needed.

Are teachers involved?

We will ask one teacher to introduce the Presenter. (This will be a short piece of
text that is read from a script.) Your assistance with this is gratefully received.

How does the Presentation begin?

The Presenter will request for all lights to be turned off to begin the Presentation. A
video will then play, this will be followed by an LED Poi Performance.

Do students need to bring anything with them?

Please ask all students to bring a pen and notepad with them.

Can we see the video resources before my school books?

Yes. If you would like to check through the supporting videos and resources before making a booking for your school, this can be arranged. Please email us at and we will arrange this for your school. 

How do I arrange payment?

To reserve your day, we will send you a simple booking form. Once this has been completed your date is booked in and secured for your school.

There is no need to arrange payment in advance. Around two weeks ahead of the visit, we will send an invoice to the designated finance contact at your school.

Payment is then due within 30 days from the day the invoice is sent.