TES #tesLive - Strategies to beat bullying - Resources TES

We’ll be discussing strategies for tackling bullying both in and out of the classroom, including peer mentoring, as well as social networking and cyber-bullying, and how this can affect school life.

 



Strategies to beat bullying - video webchat



Why tune in?

We discuss strategies for tackling bullying both in and out of the classroom, including peer mentoring, as well as social networking and cyber-bullying, and how this can affect school life.



About our guest:

Liz Watson joined us from The BeatBullying Group to discuss strategies for tackling bullying in your school.

This webchat is relevant to:

All key stages (particularly KS2 and KS3); PSHE co-ordinators; Class teachers; School leaders; Behaviour co-ordinators.


Related resources

Make bullying unacceptable through film

  • A teaching guide from TES partners Beatbullying and FILMCLUB which uses film to highlight the effects of bullying and the importance of not standing by and allowing someone to be a victim. Includes thought-provoking questions and activities.

Making the world better

  • A lovely KS1 lesson plan to help children understand the importance of being kind and saying 'thank you'.

Friendship and peer pressure

  • Try this adaptable lesson plan exploring peer pressure and friendship, and why some young people feel compelled to behave in ways they do not wish to.

Cyberbullying assembly

  • An assembly pack that looks at what cyberbullying is, how it can affect young people and what can be done about it.


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