Positive Boundaries workshops for primary schools

We also deliver Positive Boundaries workshops for primary schools to help better prepare young people for safe and healthy relationships.

bullying workshops for primary schools

Please contact us to book or discuss the new primary school work. We have two 45/50/60 minute lessons.

Aim: To help better prepare children for safe and healthy relationships

Gender equality: ‘Eliminate unlawful sex discrimination and harassment and promote equality of opportunity between men and women. In order to achieve actual equality of opportunity, it is necessary to recognise that in certain circumstances women and men, because of their sex or gender roles, are not in the same position’.

(Equal Opportunities Commission, Gender Equality Duty Code of Practice England and Wales, 2006).

Lesson one

Objectives: By the end of the session pupils will be able to:

  • explain to what extent their aspirations might be influenced by gender
  • explain what gender is and that gender should not impact on life goals and future aspirations career options
  • list different body shapes and sizes 
  • describe the pressure to act and see themselves in a particular way and how this can have negative consequences for self-esteem and behaviour
  • identify what they like about themselves and others which are not based on appearance
  • describe positive qualities which others see in them
  • understand that individual strengths should not be based on appearance.
  • praise themselves and each other.

Lesson Two

Aim: to help better prepare children for safe and healthy relationships

Objectives: by the end of the session pupils will be able to:

  • explain that there are boundaries about physical contact by others (adults and children)
  • identify appropriate/inappropriate touch.
  • promote the development of empathy
  • identify sexual bullying language,
  • explain how it makes people feel and how it can affect people’s behaviour
  • identify ways this can be stopped
  • help create a supportive school community