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Zero Tolerance to Bullying

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Age Range: KS3 KS4

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Develop a whole-school approach to bullying. The way schools view bullying has changed, so these resources focus on peer support and the fact that students are now more anti bullying and are willing to report occurrences. Introduce your KS3 and KS4 students to practical strategies for understanding and dealing with classroom bullying, including issues that contribute to homophobic bullying. Resources are suitable for students of mixed ability in Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4.

Topics include: Befriending an unpopular person; Intervening in a bullying situation; Bullying and peer pressure; How to stop bullying; Bullying in class; Threats of violence; Sexual harassment; Bullying policies; Legislation and guidelines; Behaviour contracts.

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Size: 102 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 312 6
Author(s): Chris Ball
Code: ZTTB
Popularity rank: 40
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Contents List

LESSONS

SECTION 1

  • 7 AGAINST THE CROWD - This lesson plan raises some of the issues involved in befriending someone who is unpopular with the existing friendship group. Students discuss a given situation and write a conversation.
  • 9 BEHIND THE MASK - This anti-bullying worksheet focuses on what might lie behind an aggressive front. Students fill in thought-bubbles to show the contrast between tough appearance and inner reality.
  • 11 INNOCENT BYSTANDERS? - Students establish the role of intervention in a bullying situation. They decide on appropriate responses to given situations.
  • 13 USELESS IN CLASS - This lesson plan encourages students to consider the importance of seeing the bigger picture when dealing with a class bully. They read a poem (King Of The Toilets by Peter Dixon) and identify aspects of a bully's motivation.
  • 15 UNDER PRESSURE - This worksheet aims to highlight the pressures felt by a person being bullied. Students plan a structured presentation.
  • 17 ONLY MESSING - Students identify the kinds of situations which can be defined as bullying. They discuss given examples and write a definition of what bullying is.
  • 19 GENDER MATTERS - This lesson plan presents a matching activity focusing on different attitudes of males and females to bullying behaviour.
  • 21 BULLYING AND RACE - This worksheet offers a diary-writing activity to raise students' awareness of racist behaviour.
  • 23 WHAT'S THE MATTER? - This lesson plan focuses on identifying student concerns. Students complete a questionnaire and share their replies.
  • 25 TROUBLE SPOTS - Students fill in a report sheet to show places in school where trouble or bullying may be likely to occur
  • 27 I'LL GET YOU! - This worksheet on bullying highlights ways of responding to threats of violence. Students respond to a story, giving ideas about different courses of action.
  • 29 THE THINGS THEY SAY - A scriptwriting activity focusing on some of the attitudes that adults have towards bullying.
  • 31 BOYS WILL BE BOYS - This lesson plan investigates the pressures caused by stereotypical male attitudes. Students identify and practise the kind of words and actions that can combat pressure.
  • 33 REWIND THE CLOCK - This worksheet looks at practical ways of dealing with sexual harassment. Students make a storyboard to show an alternative way of dealing with a situation.
  • 35 HUMAN RIGHTS - Students consider the issues of human rights in society and draw up a charter of the rights of students in school.
  • 37 HUMAN RESPONSIBILITIES - This lesson plan enables students to establish a set of agreed responsibilities. They apply particular headings to a range of bullying situations and produce a set of ground rules.
  • 39 VICIOUS CIRCLE - Students complete a diagram to identify the number of people involved and reactions when bullying takes place.
  • 41 GETTING PHYSICAL - This worksheet encourages students to consider issues of sensitivity to disability and physical conditions. They explore the effects of a range of comments and produce alternative responses.
  • 43 WHY BULLY? - This lesson plan focuses on acquired behaviour. Students consider a number of bullying attitudes and identify how the behaviour may have been learnt.
  • 45 THE NEW PUPIL - This worksheet aims to encourage empathy with students who are new to a school. Students create a series of phone calls to explore the emotions involved.
  • 47 WITNESS! - This lesson plan focuses on the process of giving evidence from what has actually been seen. Students interpret a series of situations and record their observations as Fact or Opinion.
  • 49 READING THE SIGNS - Students consider how to recognise and react to symptoms of bullying. They draw up a list of symptoms and devise an opening strategy to encourage the person to talk.
  • 51 A QUESTION OF HARASSMENT - This worksheet presents an issue of inappropriate sexual behaviour. Students fill in a chart showing how different people could challenge the behaviour.
  • 53 THE ABANDONED SCHOOLBAG - This lesson plan focuses on the implications for the owner of a schoolbag that has been vandalised. Students make up a story based on illustrated clues.
  • 55 AGREEING TO IMPROVE - The focus of this worksheet is improving behaviour. Students complete a student profile by identifying strategies for dealing with negative aspects of behaviour.

SECTION 2

  • 57 SELF-ESTEEM - This lesson plan encourages students to look at positive aspects of themselves and to develop a sense of self worth. They complete an illustration of a conversation between the negative and positive sides of a personality.
  • 59 VALUING OTHERS - This worksheet encourages students to find positive ways of supporting and celebrating other people. Students list positive and negative points about people and record their responses to hearing these attitudes expressed.
  • 61 SUPPORTIVE STUDENTS - Students become aware of the formal and informal ways they can help fellow students. They fill in speech-bubbles to show the advice they would give in particular situations.
  • 63 TEACH THE TEACHER - This lesson plan aims to make students aware of the kinds of strategies and concerns that teachers have. Students write a dialogue showing teachers engaged together on dealing with a problem.
  • 65 CONFUSING MESSAGES - This worksheet enables students to deal with conflicting advice about handling bullying. Students list the consequences of following particular lines of action.
  • 67 WHO DO I TELL? - This lesson plan focuses on identifying the people in school who can be told about bullying. Students analyse a given example to identify the qualities that make a person approachable in this context.
  • 69 DIFFICULT SITUATIONS - This worksheet enables students to deal with difficult situations. They practise behaving assertively in order to maintain some measure of control when they feel coerced.
  • 71 BAD TO GOOD - This lesson plan focuses on the kinds of behaviour that will improve a bad situation. Students consider illustrations of bullying situations and produce positive pictures to counteract them.
  • 73 PARENTS AND SCHOOL - The focus of this worksheet is the importance of positive communication between families and schools to combat bullying. Students analyse the content and tone of a letter from school and improvise a telephone conversation.
  • 75 THE PERSISTENT BULLY - This lesson plan looks at longer-term solutions for dealing with a persistent school bully. Students brainstorm sanctions and rate them according to their severity and effectiveness.
  • 77 FACING UP TO FACTS - This worksheet looks at the implications of setting up a forum where pupils deal with bullying themselves. Students devise questions to challenge bullies' behaviour.
  • 79 CRIMINAL CONSEQUENCES - This lesson plan focuses on the possible consequences of bullying. Students describe the reactions of a range of people to a criminal prosecution.
  • 81 BOILER ROOM - This worksheet enables students to experience the range of emotions felt by those involved in a bullying incident, and to come up with appropriate judgements to suit the situation.
  • 83 WHAT TO DO WITH THE BULLY? - This lesson plan looks at the range of approaches that school staff can have towards a bully. Students place options in their order of choice and give reasons for their decisions.
  • 85 THE BULLY ASLEEP - This worksheet is based on the poem The Bully Asleep by John Walsh. Students write a script to highlight the bully's homelife and the range of responses to him.
  • 87 AN ANTI-BULLYING SCHOOL - Students create a piece of artwork to convey the school's anti-bullying ethos.

APPENDICES

  • 88 Principles And Values For Teachers
  • 89 Promoting Good Behaviour In The Classroom
  • 90 Promoting Good Behaviour In The Playground
  • 91-2 Towards A Whole School Policy
  • 93 Monitoring An Anti-Bullying Policy
  • 94 A Statement Of Entitlement For The Whole School Community
  • 95 Assertive Discipline
  • 96 A Hierarchy Of Consequences
  • 97 A Specimen Behaviour Contract
  • 98 Points For Parents
  • 99 Signs And Symptoms Of Bullying
  • 100 A Bullying Incident Report Sheet
  • 101 A Specimen Letter To Parents
  • 102 Useful Books And addresses

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28/06/17

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