Download our free anti bullying week assembly presentations, posters, flashcards and more
Anti Bullying Week takes place in November every year and is organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. It's a great opportunity to reinforce the messages about how your school, workplace or project approaches bullying. This includes knowing what steps to take if someone is being bullied, ensuring your pupils or employees know what to do if they are being bullied, how you will deal with anyone who bullies and that everyone should take bullying seriously because of the long-term impact it can have on friendships, self-esteem as well as emotional and mental health and wellbeing.
Why not run a special anti-bullying assembly and use our resources below? We have a PowerPoint presentation you can download, as well as videos and flashcards to help get the discussion started. We'd love to hear how it goes- tell us on Twitter @BullyingUK.
Anti bullying advice activity
Anti bullying stop signs activity
Explore all the different ways in how to get bullying to stop using our anti bullying stop signs. This activity can help young people navigate their feelings and reactions to bullying. Download and print of our free anti bullying stop sign activity.
Anti bullying flashcards
We've created a set of flashcards you can use to start the discussions about bullying during anti bullying week. Each flashcard has a statement or question on the front which you can ask the students and get them to think about the answers, then we have provided an answer on the back. The flashcards are available as a pdf download and you can print them out and cut out, or just use as they are. Download your free anti bullying flashcards.
Anti-bullying debate activity
Having a debate is a great way of getting young people engaged with issues that are affecting them. Debating topics can help young people a number of skills including research, team work, presentation skills and more. Download our free anti bullying debate activity to use in your setting.
Download our free resource for students to choose kindness by asking students to give positive words to their fellow students. You can use this resource for discussion, finding out how they felt, what it would mean for someone who is being bullied to feel kindness, etc. Download our Choose Kindness resource.
Download our anti bullying presentation which is aimed at secondary school children and above. This covers issues such as cyberbullying, how bullying can feel, building resilience and choosing kindness. We have included videos and tasks in this presentation so it can be used in an assembly, classroom or at youth groups.