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This lesson plan on bullying and cyberbullying examines 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’.

The following valuable information is provided in this lesson plan:

  • Explanations on how to identify all types of bullying.
  • How cyberbullying differs from normal bullying.
  • Clear guidelines on tackling cyberbullying.

Cyberbullying is becoming the most common form of bullying. This resource explores various cyberbullying scenarios and looks at ways of tackling bullying.


  • Ready to use lesson plan to introduce the topic of bullying and cyberbullying.
  • Photocopiable — use year after year again and again.
  • Simple, clear and concise and easy to follow.
  • Downloadable — instantly available and no delivery costs.

What’s Inside?

  • We examine various scenarios to establish the various types of bullying.
  • What action can be taken in cases of bullying and how should we report incidences of bullying?
  • How can young people protect themselves from the negative effects of bullying?
  • Should more be done by schools and other organisations to deal with the root causes of bullying and cyberbullying?

Who is it for?

  • Teachers — What can teachers do to identify and tackle bullying and cyberbullying in their school?
  • Parents — What can parents do if their child is the target of bullying or cyberbullying?
  • Young People — What action can young people take if they are being bullied or targeted online?

Product Details

  • Pages: 15
  • Duration: 55 mins – 1 hour
  • Illustrated throughout
  • Age range: 12 years and upwards

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