Anti-Bullying: Are you a boy or a girl? (Stonewall)
Bullying | KS2
This lesson plan has been designed to support you in your discussion of gender, gender stereotyping and gender identity with your pupils. The story, “Are you a boy or are you a girl?” lends itself to discussions of what it might mean to question your gender, and help support pupils who are gender variant and their classmates. There are some poignant questions at the end of the book that pupils could choose from, which allow for differentiation, a range of answers and method of completion.
Anti-Bullying: Secondary Assembly (Stonewall)
Bullying | KS3, KS4
This assembly explores some of the differences that exist within the LGBT community, specifically some the differences between the experiences of LGB and trans people. This assembly draws on what we know of young trans people’s experiences in schools in the UK today, as shown in our 2017 School Report, and seeks to empower secondary schools to tackle this type of bullying head on. It also aims to dispel common myths or misconceptions about trans people and encourage alliances in recognition of the challenges young trans people may face.
I am Holly (Bedford High School, Greater Manchester)
Online Safety, Bullying | KS3, KS4
This powerful video from Bedford High School looks at online and offline bullying and shows how someone being bullied might feel. It also describes how we can help someone who is being bullied by standing up to bullying.
Interactive anti-bullying tool for parents
Bullying | Parent, Professional
Welcome to the Interactive Anti-Bullying Parent Information Tool. It aims to give you information about bullying in an interactive way. Please click on the image below to access the tool. If you have any questions / queries please follow the links in the Resources and Advice section of the tool.
UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) Education for a Connected World Framework
Online Safety, Bullying | KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4
The Education for a Connected World framework describes the Digital knowledge and skills that children and young people should have the opportunity to develop at different ages and stages of their lives. It highlights what a child should know in terms of current online technology, its influence on behaviour and development, and what skills they need to be able to navigate it.
Online Safety, PSHE, Bullying, Diversity | KS3, KS4
The Voicebox videos on YouTube feature mostly youngish adults and are short discussions about various different topics including online safety and bullying. The videos are produced on a weekly basis so it is worth signing up to the channel for notifications. Other material can be found on the Childline website