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Anti-Bullying

This section contains free worksheets, flashcards, online activities and other educational resources to raise awareness of bullying and how it can be prevented.     

Anti-bullying Worksheets and Resources
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Anti-Bullying Links

ACE: Tackling Bullying  -  A downloadable pack giving details of what you can do if your child is being bullied at school.
Antibully
  -  Articles and advice for parents, teachers and children.
BBC: Bullying  -  Links and resources from the BBC.
Bullying  -  Advice, teaching ideas, statistics and links.
Bully-Off  -  Site dedicated to stamping out bullying.
Childline Teachers' Pack  -  A set of photocopiable lesson plans covering issues such as peer pressure, making new friends, loneliness, begin friends, staying safe, school problems and family rivalry. Designed for Key Stage 2 but can be adapted.
Childline: How to beat bullying  -  A range of anti-bully documents in PDF format.
Hertfordshire Grid for Learning: Bullying  -  A selection of resources to tackle the issues involved in bullying.
Kidscape: Anti-Bully Downloads  -  A range of downloadable documents concerned with the prevention of bullying.

  Please contact us with any useful anti-bully links of if any of the above links are broken.

            
Selected Anti-Bully Book

     
I Feel Bullied (Your Feelings)

Authors:  Jen Green, Mike Gordon

Synopsis:  Written for young children, describing what it feels like to be bullied. The book looks at different forms of bullying, including physical violence, name-calling and intimidation, and suggests ways of dealing with bullies. It is one of a series, intended to help children deal with emotions they experience in their everyday lives; and contains notes for parents and teachers, with suggestions of ways to promote an understanding of disability, through discussion and role play.

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    Last Updated:  12th March 2006

            

First School Years - Anti-Bullying