Anti-bullying resources for international students

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04th November 2019
Lesson ideas to familiarize students with bullying

Lesson ideas, posters and worksheets to raise awareness on different forms of bullying

With 2 out of 10 teenagers in the US reporting that they have experienced bullying, devoting some time to generate a discussion among students is crucial. We have put together a collection of presentations, worksheets and bundles to help you create an anti-bullying culture in your class.

Explain bullying

Try out these resources to talk about the impact, causes and ways of dealing with bullies and ensure pupils have a good understanding of the reality of bullying.

Is It Bullying?

This exercise uses effective participation and reflective learning to learn ways of identifying when a situation could be described as bullying and increase understanding of the effects that bullying has.
By LoudmouthEducation

Bullying or Banter? Friendships PSHE

PSHE or Tutor Time anti-bullying week resources for the new PSHE 2020 curriculum. This detailed lesson focuses on the issues surrounding 'banter' culture - and when a bit of light teasing becomes bullying, through investigating case studies and different scenarios familiar to all schools. Fits new PSHE planning guidelines for 2020 by the DfE and the PSHE Association. All our KS3, KS4 and KS5 PSHE resources are editable.
1 hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, well differentiated, KS3/ KS4 PSHE. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each.
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This contains a fully resourced set of activities that focus on the impact of bullying. This was used during form time, but could easily be adapted into say a Citizenship lesson as well. Learning Objectives:

To understand what bullying is and its different forms.
To explain the emotional impacts that bullying can have.
To analyse the ways in which bullying can be tackled.
By occold25


This is a powerpoint looking at the impact of bullying for year 7 pupils.
By chantal_32


Internet safety is a major concern when it comes to adolescents. Start a debate with your students on the dangers of cyberbullying and encourage them to reflect on realistic scenarios.

Safer Internet Day lesson plan KS3

Key Stage 3 and above powerpoint presentation on the consequences of cyber bullying and what young people can do to protect themselves.

Topics include:

- What is bullying
- What is cyber bullying
- Bully/target/bystander descriptions
- A look at Kidscape's cyber bullying campaign video #DontSayDontSend
- The difference between 'banter' and threatening behaviour
- The consequences of cyber bullying
- How to deal with and prevent cyber bullying

By KidscapeCharity

Current Affairs Form Time Activity - Cyber Bullying

An engaging current affairs activity with videos, questions and a debate. New topical activity uploaded weekly! Please email me at if you would like the weekly PPT sent directly to your inbox. Please leave a review if you find this useful!
By joecauldwell

Cyber Bullying Awareness: Posters, Task Cards & Activities

Do you want to educate your students about the dangers of Cyber Bullying? It is a rising problem among teenagers and young people in this age of social media, so this resource will offer your students the opportunity to consider the dangers and effects of cyber bullying by encouraging them to discuss and reflect on realistic scenarios.

I have used this resource on different groups of students from year 7-10 and it has proven effective for all ages. It's interesting that each age group has brought out its own conversations from this resource.

I find it shocking how many young people (especially those below the required age of 13 to even have a social media account) are suffering from cyber bullying online and don't yet have the skills to handle it. This resource has made a significant difference to my students and I can only hope they go on to spread the word to others!

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By TeachersResourceForce

Cyber bullying Year 7

I created this worksheet on cyber bullying. This is a good activity for year 7/8 to get them thinking about E-Safety

By dez_724

Fancy a bundle?

Check out these bundles that include posters, visual prompts and scripts about bullying and antisocial behaviour.

Anti-bullying Bundle

This is a cross curricular teaching resource for talking about friendship, family and bullying. It provides you with the images you can use to discuss sensitive topics with your class. The anti-bullying posters could be printed off and shown all around your school. Likewise, they could be used to inspire a class to create their own, more personal and targetted versions.

By Peter Fogarty


3 short scripts lasting a couple of minutes long, look at various types of bullying and bullies. A workshop is included in the first script to assist your students to understand what they can do to help stop bullying;
-Shaken & not stirred
-The little you
-Girl R skets
By DionneDawsonAuthor

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