1. Resources Home
  2. Whole School
  3. Bullying
KS3/KS4 Assemblies

KS3/KS4 Assemblies

Over 3 years worth of assemblies! High quality assemblies with all accompanying resources documents. Can be used for both KS3 and KS4 and contains topical themes that engage students throughout.
thomas_holt
Anti - Bullying : An Assembly

Anti - Bullying : An Assembly

Anti Bullying Week in November ! Sexist Football Commentators - Just banter or bullying ? Act of Collective Worship dealing with the issue of bullying .Complete with moments of reflection and debate along with audio visual material. Just be you !
hundredacre15
Movember Assembly

Movember Assembly

The Movember Foundation assembly in support for research into tackling prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health conditions in men. A 10 slide (5-10 min) assembly on the foundation and its cause. Suitable for all ages.
MissCResources
Black History Month Assembly

Black History Month Assembly

A 24 slide (15-20 minute) assembly on Black History Month, focusing on faces such as Akala, Bessie Coleman, Bayard Rustin and Phillis Wheatley as well as more generally how Black History Month is celebrated. With open discussion points and engaging facts, this is an easily adaptable assembly for KS3-KS5. Also suitable for form-time!
MissCResources
SEATING PLAN example - OFSTED approved.

SEATING PLAN example - OFSTED approved.

Show Ofsted and SLT you know your class with this Ofsted approved seating plan. The seating plan shows you how to detail all the vital information that Ofsted require. These are compulsory in a lot of schools.
kjh498
David and Goliath Assembly, Class Play or Guided Reading Script

David and Goliath Assembly, Class Play or Guided Reading Script

David and Goliath Assembly, Class Play or Guided Reading Script Cast of 10 Duration: 5 - 10 minutes reading time (not including music suggestions) This play may be used as an assembly for performance, or a play or guided reading script within the classroom. Along with delivering the story of David and Goliath, there are brief notes at the end to facilitate further discussion - on the themes of bullying, self-belief and self-strength. There are numerous other scripts on these themes in the PSHE section of the website including one on bullying which could be combined with this script to produce a longer play. Sample Text Goliath: Well, let’s see if he can work the same magic (pauses) on the battlefield! David: Against you? I’m more than up for it! King Saul: But that’s insane! Servant: Yes, begging your pardon, but how can you possibly hope to win (pauses, pointing at Goliath) against that? David: (Shrugging his shoulders, casually) What’s to prove? He’s just (pauses) Servant: (Interrupting) Big? Philistine Soldier 1: (Clapping) Bravo! Philistine Soldier 2: (Clapping) So you noticed? David: Huh! Size isn’t everything! (Goliath strides over to David, towering above him) Goliath: Oh really? (David stands his ground, unflinching) David: Yes, really! You don’t frighten me, you great bully! There’s more to winning a battle than sheer brawn, you know. Narrator: No, I rather fear he doesn’t know. I’m not even sure he understands what you’re saying! Goliath: (Furiously) Understand what you’re saying? What’s to understand, that’s what I want to know! Narrator: Quite! My point exactly! (David starts to walk away) Goliath: Huh! I knew he wouldn’t stick around! A coward, like the rest of you! King Saul: Oh, don’t be so ridiculous! Look at you! All ready in your battle gear! Does my lad David look ready to you? Goliath: Well, now you come to mention it King Saul: So. If you don’t mind, we’ll just take a short time to get David into my armour and David: (Interrupting) Oh don’t worry! That won’t be necessary! I’m pretty much good to go! King Saul: But what about some protection? A body shield at least? David: No, no. That won’t be necessary, either. I know what I need and I’ll be back in a minute. (Exit David) Goliath: Bah! Just an excuse to do a runner! You wait! There’s no way that wee boy is coming back to take on me!
suesplays
In Real Life: A Lesson in Online Bullying Video Guide

In Real Life: A Lesson in Online Bullying Video Guide

"In Real Life is a social experiment that shows what happens when online bullying is taken offline. " What do online hate comments look like when they are said in real life? How do victims react? How do the attackers look? How do the people witnessing such social attacks respond? Our actions behind a screen matter! This is a video guide to accompany this 2 minute Youtube video. There is a pre-viewing question and follow-up reflective questions. This is a good video to bring up the topics of sexual, religion and general bullying. The video does include some pretty tough put downs and personal attacks, which makes it best suited for older students. Sexual orientation, body image, generally rudeness and religion are the topics. Overall the video clip has a positive wrap up with bystanders standing up for others. Total time should take about 15 minutes with some discussion. The file is in PDF, Word and a fillable Word form. This way you can print the handout for students to write on or share it for them to easily fill out on their devices as a Word form. Thanks! Follow me for more product updates!
Busybugsy
Mental Health Assembly

Mental Health Assembly

A 27 slide (15 min approx) assembly on mental health, statistics, sample stories and suggested strategies. Appropriate for senior age but mentions 'self harming' explicitly but not in detail. Focused on awareness and support. Easily adaptable for different age groups/cohorts! World Mental Health Day 10/10/17!
MissCResources
Name and Shame Trolls Article

Name and Shame Trolls Article

An article by an unknown author, arguing that people should publicise internet trolls. Linked to my A Monster Calls Unit, but works well as an individual text in PSHE, form time or English lessons.
GeorgiAlz
Behaviour Board Game

Behaviour Board Game

Board game and class white board game activity to do with teasing. Pupils discuss and evaluate answers to questions and decide if correct or not rather than recommended answers being provided.
martinpk
Anti-Bullying Week Assembly - 13th to 17th November 2017 Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.

Anti-Bullying Week Assembly - 13th to 17th November 2017 Key Stages 3, 4 and 5.

Anti-bullying Week Assembly - 13th to 17th November 2017 This assembly is suitable for pupils in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. No one deserves to be bullied, ever! This is a time to shine a spotlight on bullying and encourage all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. With powerful images and messages, this age-appropriate thought-provoking assembly raises awareness around many of the issues and statistics connected with bullying. It considers the effects that bullying can have on individuals and offers some helpful advice. The messages are clear; bullying is a serious issue with serious impacts on victims, bullies and bystanders. This pack will save you hours of prep time. It comprises of a 35-slide power-point presentation with detailed notes, a music accompaniment and an anti-bullying prayer. The presentation can be used in a number of ways; • for a school assembly • as a loop on the school’s visual display system • as part of a lesson.
Newtonlab