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Anti-Bullying Week 2021

Anti-Bullying Week is a time for everyone to work together to eradicate bullying. It is organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance which is a coalition of organisations and individuals who work together to stamp out bullying. Their aim is to create safer environments for children and young people everywhere.

Each year Anti-Bullying Week has a theme which is centred around the idea of tackling bullying at every level in society. This year’s theme is ‘One Kind Word’. The focus is on spreading kindness and helping people feel positive by what we say and do.

How Can We Get Involved with Anti-Bullying Week?

There are many ways we can take part in Anti-Bullying Week. It kicks off with Odd Socks Day on Monday 15th November. Wearing odd socks at school or work is a way of showing our individuality in a fun way. It’s popular for people to post photos and videos to social media during Odd Socks Day to show their support for Anti-Bullying Week, using hashtag #OddSocksDay.

Another thing you can do is to sign up as a supporter. You’ll receive a certificate for your school or organisation and the details of your support will be displayed on the Anti-Bullying Alliance website map.

Anti-Bullying Week at School

The Anti-Bullying Alliance have provided a downloadable pack for schools containing materials for children and adults to join in with Anti-Bullying Week at school. We also produce resources and lesson plans for tackling bullying at school covering topics such as:

  • Verbal bullying
  • Physical bullying
  • Social bullying
  • Cyberbullying
  • Targets for bullies
  • Creating an anti-bullying policy

Anti-Bullying Week at Work

Anti-Bullying Week is not just for schools. We can all show support or raise money in our communities, at home or at work. The Anti-Bullying Alliance have a workplace pack you can download which highlights ways to promote Anti-Bullying Week as well as ideas on how you can help during the campaign.

Our Bullying in the Workplace resource helps businesses to identify areas in their organisation where bullying might be a problem. It covers different types of bullying at work and examines ways to combat workplace bullying.

Anti-Bullying Week is also an opportunity for all of us to review our own anti-bullying policies and share best practice in order to address bullying effectively.

Anti-Bullying Week Online

You can interact online with Anti-Bullying Week using the following hashtags:

School Bullying Resources

[Resource Pack thumbnail] Bullying — A Complete Approach

Bullying — A Complete Approach
(resource pack)

Contains hints and tips for teachers, parents and young people to enable them to identify and tackle bullying.

Ebook: £15.49 £10.99
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Hard copy: £35.99 add to basket

Bullying Lesson Plans

[Lesson Plan thumbnail] Bullying

Bullying
(lesson plan)

This lesson plan covers what bullying is and the different types of bullying. It discusses the bully and the targets of bullying and how to tackle the problem.

For a more comprehensive resource pack on bullying, including worksheets, activities and lessons, download our bullying resource pack
Bullying — A Complete Approach.

Ebook: £2.99
Download

Hard copy: £10.99 add to basket

[Lesson Plan thumbnail] Bullying and Cyberbullying

Bullying and Cyberbullying
(lesson plan)

A lesson plan on bullying and cyberbullying. It covers how to deal with bullying and cyberbullying and contains handouts for the classroom.

For a more comprehensive resource pack on bullying, including worksheets, activities and lessons, download our bullying resource pack ‘Bullying — A Complete Approach’.

Ebook: £2.99
Download

Hard copy: £10.99 add to basket

Workplace Bullying Resources

[Resource Pack thumbnail] Bullying in the Workplace

Bullying in the Workplace
(resource pack)

This pack provides tips and guidance for companies on how to tackle workplace bullying, how to best support the targets of bullying and how to ensure the wellbeing of all staff.

Ebook: £8.99
Download

Hard copy: £25.99 add to basket

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