#tesLive - Jodie Marsh

Jodie Marsh suffered at the hands of bullies throughout her time at secondary school. She is now fronting a new Channel 5 documentary on the subject, looking at whether tough anti-bullying measures adopted in US schools could be applied in the UK.



Jodie Marsh



Why tune in?

Jodie Marsh suffered at the hands of bullies throughout her time at secondary school. She is now fronting a new Channel 5 documentary on the subject, looking at whether tough anti-bullying measures adopted in US schools could be applied in the UK.


About our guests:

Jodie Marsh is a television personality, model and bodybuilder. In addition to the upcoming Jodie Marsh: Bullied, Jodie has also appeared on Bullied: My Secret Past to talk about her experiences.

Alex Holmes is an anti-bullying campaigner who runs the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme for the Diana Award.



Related resources:

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Bunny?

  • Jodie Marsh reads, Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Bunny?

A bully's story

  • A thought-provoking presentation on why bullies bully, and challenges students' choices when dealing with bullies.

Stop and Think – Beat Bullying Assembly

  • This assembly from BeatBullying looks at the effects and consequences of using words which have a negative effect.

What would I do?

  • This great powerpoint and set of activities will help get your class thinking about the issues around bullying.

"Help, I'm being bullied!"

  • These resources are aimed at building self-esteem and thinking about how we deal with bullying.

Bullying Teaching Resources

  • A collection of videos, lesson plans and teaching resources to encourage young people to put a stop to bullying.



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