United Against Bullying

Key Stage 2 Anti-bullying Workshop

About This Workshop

Our United Against Bullying workshop promotes the shared efforts we can all make to achieve a shared goal. We all have a part to play in coming together to make a difference.

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This workshop will explore what being united means. We will ask your pupils to share if they feel that they are doing everything they can in their school to prevent bullying. We’ll ask them to consider if there’s anything more that could be done. By the end of our workshop, your pupils will have a better understanding that we all have a role to play in reducing bullying in school and online.

Our drama role play activities put your pupils front and center of the action. They work together in small groups on scenarios that help them to recognise bullying, how to report it and who to report it to. The scenarios also help the children understand how to resolve bullying issues. Of course, bullying is a serious issue, but we find that by engaging the children in a fun and interactive way, they learn and retain the messages we teach them.

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