Anti-Bullying Workshops and Shows

Whole School Anti-Bullying Workshops that are interactive, positive and empowering.

OpenView Education’s Anti Bullying Workshops and Theatre Shows are positive, interactive and fantastic value for money.

We provide a Whole School Approach, allowing everyone at your school to be involved.

We have Anti Bullying Workshops for Early Years all the way up to Key Stage 3 students, so the content and delivery is pitched perfectly to the age of your students.

And when you book a day with us, you’re in good company because as Associate Members of the Anti-Bullying Alliance we work with over 100,000 students and teachers in primary and secondary schools every year.

Anti Bullying Workshops

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In 20 plus years of teaching, this is the best Anti-Bullying / Theatre Visit I can remember! Thank you!’

Ipswich Prep School

THEATRE AND DRAMA

Anti Bullying workshops

Our workshops use role-play, helping students to learn new skills in an interactive way.

WHOLE SCHOOL

anti bullying workshops for schools

We have workshops for students of all ages and we can work with a large number of students in one day.

LESSON PLANS

anti bullying week workshops for schools

Your visit includes lesson plans, animations and PowerPoints making follow up easy for your teachers.

EXCELLENT VALUE 

anti-bullying week workshops

We understand value for money is important for schools. We offer affordable whole school events.

Anti-Bullying Workshops for KS2:

Choose Respect

Conflicts and arguments are normal, but we can always choose to show respect, even when we disagree.

In our interactive workshops, students learn how they can use empathy, communication and team work to resolve conflicts. Through role-play, students will be up on their feet, taking part and putting new skills into practice.

Your students will also gain a firm understanding of what bullying is, and why it’s different from an argument or a disagreement. We then explore what bullying looks like, with specific reference to online bullying that can take place in group chats.

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All our facilitators hold Enhanced DBS checks.

Supports Anti-Bullying Week 2024

Available throughout England.

Anti Bullying Workshops

Supports Anti-Bullying Week 2024 - Choose Respect

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All our facilitators hold Enhanced DBS checks.

Available throughout England.

What will my KS2 students learn?

Learning Outcomes

  • Students explore the different ways we can show respect, and how this can help us to resolve conflicts and disagreements.
  • Students learn the difference between conflicts and bullying.
  • Students take part in a role-play activity to practice conflict resolution strategies.
  • Students understand the importance of using appropriate voice tonality and body language in resolving conflicts.
  • Students can identify where they can access support if they see or experience bullying.

The Details

  • Workshops cater for 30 students per session.
  • Each KS2 Workshop is 45-60 minutes to suit your timetable.
  • Workshops require a cleared space such as your school hall and use of a projector.
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Supports Anti-Bullying Week 2024 Theme: Choose Respect

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A Whole School learning experience.

Anti-Bullying Workshop for EYFS and KS1:

Choose Kindness

In this Anti-Bullying Workshop for EYFS and KS1, your students will be up on their feet going on an exciting adventure with one of our spectacular puppets, Philip or Milly. Your students will take part in an interactive story about the Tortoise and the Hare:

The Hare does everything really fast, and the Tortoise does everything really slow. They just can’t seem to agree, and they need your help!

Your students will then act out scenes from the story, and show the Tortoise and the Hare how they can Choose Kindness and become friends.

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All our facilitators hold Enhanced DBS checks.

Supports Anti-Bullying Week 2024 - Choose Respect

Available throughout England.

Anti Bullying Workshop KS1

Supports Anti-Bullying Week 2024 - Choose Respect

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All our facilitators hold Enhanced DBS checks.

Available throughout England.

What will my EYFS & KS1 students learn?

Learning Outcomes:

  • Students understand how we can choose to show kindness towards others.
  • Students understand how our actions can affect the way other people feel.
  • Students identify who we can speak to if we need help.
  • Students learn how to speak up for themselves in a calm assertive way using the Stop Sign.

 

The Details

  • Workshops cater for 30 students per session.
  • Each KS1 Workshop is 30-45 minutes to suit your timetable.
  • Workshops require a cleared space such as your school hall and use of a projector.

Anti-Bullying Theatre Show for KS1 – Lower KS2:

Choices for Good

Start your day with the ultimate Anti-Bullying Theatre Show – Choices for Good.

Milly and Philip are good friends. But when three of Milly’s friends start to bully Philip, she has an important decision to make. Does she stand by and watch? Or does she speak up and help her friend?

In this positive and interactive show your students will learn how we all have the power to make one small change that can help to stop bullying from happening. 

This highly interactive Anti-Bullying Theatre Show promotes a clear, positive Whole School message on Anti-Bullying.

    Duration: 45 minutes

    Capacity: 300 students

    Highly interactive

    Caters for 300 students per show.

    Anti Bullying Theatre Show

    Highly Interactive

    Caters for 300 students per show

    Anti-Bullying Videos and Resources Package

    When we visit your school, you can also include access to our outstanding Anti-Bullying Videos and Resources Package

    The package includes video based Anti-Bullying Workshops, Animations and even an Online Theatre Show; teachers can simly ‘Press & Play’  leading the workshop from a screen at the front of the class.

    Each workshop includes an easy to use teacher guide and supporting resources.

    It’s the perfect way to extend the work we do with your students and to make the most of our visit to your school. 

    What’s included?

    • Banter or Bullying? – Press & Play Lesson (KS2 – KS3)
    • What Would you Do? – Anti-Bullying Animation (KS2 -KS3)
    • Time to Unite – Anti-Bullying Online Theatre Show (Reception – Year 4)
    • Acts of Kindness – Anti-Bullying Animation (EYFS/KS1)
    • Let’s Learn the Stop Sign  – Anti-Bullying Animation (EYFS/KS1)
    • Huge collection of PowerPoints, Lesson Plans and Resources (Whole School)

      'Press & Play' Video Based Anti-Bullying Workshops

      Easy to access: Login anytime to fit in with your curriculum

      Access our huge collection of high quality Lesson Plans and Resources.

      Anti Bullying Workshops Schools

      'Press & Play' Video Based Anti-Bullying Workshops

      Easy to access: Login anytime to fit in with your curriculum

      Access our huge collection of high quality Lesson Plans and Resources.

      Anti-Bullying Presentation for KS3

      Upstander Impact

      Upstander Impact empowers your students with the skills they need to respond to conflict and bullying situations. The session explores the harmful impacts of stereotypes and racial bullying.

      Your students will then 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 RSE.

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

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      All our facilitators hold Enhanced DBS checks.

      Supports RSE Learning Outcomes.

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      Anti-Bullying Workshops Secondary Schools

      Supports RSE Learning Outcomes

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      All our facilitators hold Enhanced DBS checks.

      Includes Supporting Resources & Videos

      What will Key Stage 3 students learn?

      Learning Outcomes:

      • About different types of bullying (including cyberbullying bullying), the impact of bullying, responsibilities of bystanders to report bullying and how and where to get help.
      • That in school and in wider society they can expect to be treated with respect by others, and that in turn they should show due respect to others.
      • What a stereotype is, and how stereotypes can be unfair, negative or destructive.
      • What racist bullying is, and the actions we can take if we encounter it.
      • 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.

       

      The Details

      • Presentations cater for 120 students
      • Duration: 60 minutes

      What people say…

      ‘I am really impressed that OpenView Education can accommodate every child in the school for a whole day’s fee; so often I have had to limit the opportunity to just a few year groups. It was really helpful that you produced a timetable for me based on our school routines. Your organisation is spot-on which really gave me peace of mind on the day.
      Most importantly, though, was the high quality of the performance and workshops.

      Aston Clinton Primary School

      Aylesbury

      ‘The children have really learnt a lot as the workshops were really age appropriate. It was amazing to ask them about bullying and the ways to overcome it and hear their clear understanding of what to do.

      From Reception to Year 6 the word UPSTANDER is being used! Thank you so much once again.’

      St Vincents Catholic Primary School

      Essex

      ‘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.‘

      Eden Girls Leadership Academy

      Birmingham.

      ‘I have nothing but excellent things to say about our day with OpenView. The children are STILL buzzing about it and they all enjoyed the day – One even announced that it was the ‘Best show ever’. The teachers reported that the workshops were brilliant and were all incredibly impressed by your knowledge and skills as well as your ability to manage the behaviour of the children. I have already been recommending you to my friends in other schools.’

      Bonneville Primary School

      Lambeth, London.

      ‘The show was pitched so well to all age groups – no easy task! All the children were so engaged, using our teacher as a character worked so well! I thought the lesson plans were great – the video was clear and it promoted good discussion.
      In 20 plus years of teaching, this is the best Anti-Bullying / Theatre Visitor I can remember! Thank you!’

      Ipswich Prep School

      Ipswich

      ‘The facilitators had great knowledge and expertise, very up-to-date information, and were adaptable to our school needs. They had brilliant teaching strategies to engage children in listening/active learning/discussion.

      Positive and warm with the children, managed children well. 
      It was all brilliant and staff, pupils and parents were all impressed and said how beneficial the sessions were – they really enjoyed the sessions and all learnt so much.

      Thank you for your flexibility, positivity and expertise. It was an excellent day and I’m sure we’ll rebook the show and/or workshops again in the future.’

      Manchester High School for Girls

      Manchester

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      How many students can you work with in one day?

      We have a range of packages that allow us to work with a large number of students across one day.

      Our Anti-Bullying workshops cater for one class at a time, with up to 30 students. We usually run a maximum of 5 workshops per day.

      Our Anti-Bullying Theatre Show caters for 300 students. We run a maximum of 3 shows per day, or 1 show and 4 workshops.

      Get in touch with your size of school and number of students, and a friendly member of our team will find the best packages for you.

      What do you need to run the workshops and show?

      For the Anti-Bullying Workshops:

      • Use of a projector and sound equipment.
      • A cleared space, such as your school hall or a cleared classroom.

      For the Anti-Bullying Theatre Show:

      • Use of a projector and sound equipment.
      • School hall or suitable area for the performance. 

      Our facilitators  just require parking for one standard car.

      What's included in the Anti-Bullying show?

      • One Performer
      • Puppetry with Living Puppets
      • Circus Skills
      • Theatre Set
      • Original Animations
      • Audience Participation
      • Show for a maximum of 300 students
      • 45 minute performance
      • Supporting Resources & Lesson Plans

      Can Reception students also watch the Theatre Show?

      Our Anti-Bulying Theatre Show is aimed at students in Years 1 – 4. However, reception classses are welcome to attend the show if you would like to include them.

      If reception classes are attending the show, we ask that they are seated at the back of the hall on benches.

      How much do the workshops and shows cost?

      We pride ourselves on offering whole school experiences at excellent value. 

      We have different packages for every size of school, send us a message or call us on 0207 459 4473, and a friendly member of our team will provide the best options for your school.