Anti-Bullying Week Resources

by | May 26, 2022

As Anti-Bullying Week is on the horizon, we’re been taking another look at some of the fantastic resources that are available to support schools.

There are so many great resources out there, that sometimes it’s possible to miss something. So here some resources that you might want to download in advance of Anti-Bullying Week 2022.

 

Anti-Bullying Week 2022 – Reach Out Poster

This Anti-Bullying Week 2022 Reach Out poster can be displayed around your school.  Why not display this poster from the start of September? It will serve as a fantastic reminder of when Anti-Bullying Week is taking place and will prompt conversations about how your school can get involved in the event.

 

Parent Carer Toolkit – Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum

This guide includes information for parents on spotting the signs of bullying, along with actions that can be taken. You may be interested in including the toolkit on the resource section of your schools website.

 

What Made it Better Campaign Resources – Respectme, Scotlands Anti-Bullying Agency

These resources have been created by Respectme, they explore the theme of What Made it Better. It encourages discussion the approaches that have helped to resolve bullying, and aims to provide a platform for young people to contribute towards Anti-Bullying solutions.

 

50 Ideas for Schools for Anti-Bullying Week 2022 – Anti-Bullying Alliance

This fantastic resource from the Anti-Bullying Alliance provides a host of activities and ideas to be used this Anti-Bullying Week 2022. It includes some creative ideas for cross curricula activities, easy and quick to use classroom activities, and ideas around integrating a peer support system.

 

Anti-Bullying Workshops – OpenView Education

If you’re looking to have a special learning experience for your students for Anti-Bullying Week 2022, make sure check out our interactive Anti-Bullying Workshops. There’s whole school packages available, and each workshops is tailored to the age and ability of your students.

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