This resource has just got a revamp for September 2017! It now contains over 15 posters! If you purchased this resource before, you can download again for FREE!
These can be used for No Bullying Week which is taking place this year between the 16th - 20th November. Display around school and/or use for discussing Anti-Bullying with your students.

Posters encourage students to 'SPEAK OUT', 'STAND UP' and 'STAND TOGETHER'.

If you require worksheets and writing activities, I have a BUMPER pack for Anti Bullying in my shop.
You can find it here - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/anti-bullying-pack-11153557

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  • Anti-Bullying-Posters.pdf
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  • Additional-Anti-Bullying-Posters.pdf
  • No-Bullying-4.pdf
  • No-Bullying-3.pdf
  • No-Bullying-2.pdf
  • No-Bullying-1.pdf
  • No-Bullying-5.pdf
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4 Reviews

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    user avatarmrsjnolan6 months agoreport

    This is a really good resource for the classroom. My only concern is there is no male on the poster which in this day and age is really not appropriate and it is not the message I want to send my students.

    • user avatarPollyPuddleduckReply from Author6 months ago

      Hi Judy,

      I have emailed you in response to this. Thank you for bringing this up, I had intended to update this resource as it was made for an all girls (Islamic) school.
      I have another Anti-Bullying Poster Pack in my shop and I will send it to you via email.
      This will also be updated with more posters. Check back after 72 hours and redownload!
      Thanks for leaving some feedback.

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  • 5

    Such an important issue that isn't addressed enough in schools. I work as an assistant with SEN children and they face huge amounts of name calling. Thanks for creating these wonderful posters! We will definitely be displaying them in our school.

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