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OpenView Education provides theatre based training, workshops and performances in educational settings. We specialise in Anti-Bullying Workshops and Internet Safety Training and Workshops. Our mission is to equip students with the self-confidence and knowledge they need to stay safe and live successful, happy lives.

OpenView Education provides theatre based training, workshops and performances in educational settings. We specialise in Anti-Bullying Workshops and Internet Safety Training and Workshops. Our mission is to equip students with the self-confidence and knowledge they need to stay safe and live successful, happy lives.
Anti-Bullying Lesson Plan KS1 & EYFS - Being a Great Friend
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Anti-Bullying Lesson Plan KS1 & EYFS - Being a Great Friend

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This Anti-Bullying Lesson plan is ideal for Early Years Foundation students and Key Stage 1 students. It can be used during Anti-Bullying Week, or alongside your curriculum. The Lesson Plan comes with a PowerPoint and is supported by two original Anti-Bullying Videos created by OpenView Education. **Video One: Celebrating Difference and Being a Good Friend. ** Students will meet the character of Milly who introduces the lesson. This video provides a fun and engaging way to to start the lesson and to introduce the topic of being a good friend. **Video Two: ‘Why is it Fun to Have a Friend Who is Different From Me?’ ** In this video Milly talks about her friend Philip who’s from Germany. Milly explains how Philip is different from her and how this allows her to learn new things. Learning Outcomes: Learn why it’s fun to have a friend who’s different from you. Learn how we can be a good friend. Understand why we shouldn’t tease or hurt others. Talk about what their friends and family do to help them. All of our Anti-Bullying Resources are informed from our work with thousands of students in our Anti-Bullying Workshops and performances delivered in primary and secondary schools. If you have any questions about the lesson plan, feel free to drop us an email at info@openvieweducation.co.uk or contact us directly on 0207 459 4473.
Conflict VS Bullying - Lesson Plan KS2 - Anti-Bullying
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Conflict VS Bullying - Lesson Plan KS2 - Anti-Bullying

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This Anti-Bullying Lesson Plan is ideal for teaching key stage 2 students the definition of bullying. It will also help them to understand the difference between conflict and bullying, with specific reference to a power imbalance. The plan also includes a the Bully ladder activity, this is an interactive way for students to start a discussion about how and where bullying can occur. It also promotes further thought on what some people may perceive as conflict, others may perceive as bullying. **Lesson Plan Includes: ** PowerPoint Bully Ladder Resource Learning outcomes: Understand the different types of bullying. Understand the definition of bullying. Understand the difference between conflict and bullying. Understand the role of an Upstander. Develop empathy and an awareness about the feelings of others. Would you like an interactive anti-bullying workshop for your students? If so you can watch the work that we’ve been doing in schools here.
Anti-Bullying - An Upstanding Promise - Lesson Plan + PowerPoint
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Anti-Bullying - An Upstanding Promise - Lesson Plan + PowerPoint

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This anti-bullying lesson plan encourages students to consider the individual responsibility that they have to respond appropriately to bullying. Students learn the word ‘Upstander’ and identify specific actions they can take to reduce bullying in their school. The lesson also allows students to create their own Upstander Footprint. These can then be used to make a fantastic wall display as part of your schools Anti-Bullying Week. Includes: Supporting PowerPoint Upstander Footprint Template Learning outcomes: Gain understanding of our individual and collective responsibility to stop bullying. Identify characteristics of bullying. Identify the characteristics and behaviours that can stop bullying. Create an Upstander Footprint. If you would like to learn more about OpenView Education, you can watch our Anti-Bullying Workshops and Shows in action here.
Puberty Lesson Plan - Preparing For My Period
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Puberty Lesson Plan - Preparing For My Period

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This is a detailed lesson plan for teaching KS2 to KS3 students about periods and menstruation. Topics Covered: What to expect from experiencing your first period. Sanitary Products The Menstrual Cycle Emotional changes during menstruation & PMS. Practical Preparation for experiencing your first period. We’d love to hear from you if you found this resource useful. Get in touch at openvieweducation@gmail.com. We provide fun and engaging workshops on puberty, anti-bullying and e-safety for primary and secondary schools to find out more visit www.openvieweducation.co.uk
Getting Ready To Teach RSE - A Helpful Guide (Includes Free Poster)
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Getting Ready To Teach RSE - A Helpful Guide (Includes Free Poster)

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This e-book describes seven key elements to delivering successful Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) sessions and provides you with strategies for teaching sensitive content. There is also a free poster for you to print out and put up in your classroom or staff room. We’d love to hear from you if you made use of this resource. Drop us a line at openvieweducation@gmail.com We regularly upload new free resources and useful blog posts at www.openvieweducation.co.uk. We are an educational theatre company that provides interactive workshops on PSHE and RSE topics such as anti-bullying, e-safety and periods and puberty.
Anti-Bullying: Friendship Footprints -  Full Resourced Lesson Plan + PowerPoint
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Anti-Bullying: Friendship Footprints - Full Resourced Lesson Plan + PowerPoint

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In this Anti-Bullying Lesson Plan for early years foundation and KS1, students will identify behaviours they can take to be kind towards others. The lesson is very interactive, allowing students to create their own Friendship Footprint. These can then be used to create a fantastic anti-bullying wall display for your classroom or school hall. The plan also shows how you can do anti-bullying role-play scenarios with your students. This is an enjoyable way for your students to use drama to learn how they can be a good friend. Includes: Supporting PowerPoint Friendship Footprint Template **Learning outcomes: ** Understand how we can be a good friend. Understand how being a good friend can make us and our friends feel good. Create and decorate a Friendship Footprint. Act out the behaviours of being a good friend in a role-play situation. If you would like to learn more about OpenView Education, you can see how we deliver anti-bullying workshops in schools here. If you have any questions about the plans, please feel free to drop us an email at info@openvieweducation.co.uk