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Anti-bullying on film: 7-11

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Ages

All ages

Duration

Medium (5-11 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

Anti-Bullying Week shines a spotlight on bullying and encourages all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. This resource is suitable to use with young people aged 7-11 in either an extracurricular club or classroom context. It can also be used in pastoral session and is linked to the PSHE Education and English. It consists of teachers' notes with the activity outlines, activity sheetsto be used with learners and the accompanying student-facing Anti-bullying on Film: 711 PowerPoint presentation with embedded film clips.

Alternatively, you could pick and mix the activities to use in your film club or classroom. The materials provide everything you need to run the lesson/activities with minimal preparation.

About The Anti-Bullying Alliance

Into Film is pleased to be supported by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. The Anti-Bullying Alliance, hosted by the National Children's Bureau (NCB) is a coalition of organisations united against bullying and individuals committed to tackling

all forms of bullying between children and young people. The Anti-Bullying Alliance coordinate Anti-Bullying Week each November and support schools and the wider children's workforce to challenge bullying behaviour throughout the year. To find out more about the Anti-Bullying Alliance free School and College Network and to access online training and a wealth of resources visit www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk

"There is no doubt that film can shock us, move us and challenge how we see ourselves and others. Anti-Bullying Week, coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, is from the 1317 November with the theme ‘All Different/ All Equal'. The key aim of the week is to encourage children, teachers and parents to celebrate what makes us all different and to create environments where young people can be themselves free from bullying. Film has a vital role to play in inspiring change and encouraging us to see that even though we may just be one person we can make all the difference. This is why we are proud to work in partnership with Into Film who provide schools with the resources they need to bring the subject of bullying to life through film." Martha Evans, National Coordinator, Anti-Bullying Alliance.

 

This resource includes

pptx

Anti-bullying on Film: 7-11

This PowerPoint presentation is for use in the classroom with pupils.

Size: 95.69 MB

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pdf

Anti-bullying on film: 7-11 teachers notes

This document contains the activity outlines and worksheets for your pupils

Size: 2.44 MB

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Supports

English

PSHE Education

Social

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