Teachers TV videos collection - Secondary PSHE - Bullying
Secondary PSHE Resources - Bullying
This collection of resources have been made specifically to assist teaching about bullying in KS3 and KS4 PSHE lessons.
Covering a range of topics including cyber bullying and discrimination, these videos can be used to stimulate discussion and debate.
- A 14 year-old girl describes what it was like to be the victim of cyber-bullying in an emotive assembly starter.
- Cyber bullying is examined through interviews and case studies, in this lesson starter for secondary PSHE lessons.
- In this video, we see a secondary pupil being harassed through text messages and email - a useful video to encourage classroom discussion of cyberbullying.
- This video aimed at secondary level, illustrates how text messages can be misinterpreted - a useful video to encourage classroom discussion of cyberbullying.
- This video shows the effects of publishing photographs onto social networks without consent - a useful video to encourage classroom discussion of cyberbullying.
Verbal and Physical Bullying
- A 12-year-old boy reflects on his experiences of suffering verbal and physical bullying at primary school, and reveals how he overcame it.
- A 14-year-old boy describes what it was like to be relentlessly called names and isolated at school.
- A 15-year-old boy speaks out about the shocking and very violent bullying that he suffered at school.
- Two peer mentors attempt to put a stop to some girls who are bullying others in this short scene devised by students.
- This short video considers the issue of bullying among girls, and is designed for use in secondary PSHE lessons.
- Teenagers talk about sexual bullying in schools.
Bullying and Discrimination
- A 17-year-old boy describes what it is like to suffer homophobic bullying.
- A 15-year-old boy describes how he was bullied because of his disability.
- A 16-year-old girl tells of the devastating consequences of changing her haircut.
- A 14-year-old boy explains how he was bullied for enjoying different activities from his schoolmates.