Highlights of 2014

Resources from Anti-Bullying Week 2014


Youth information sheet

Youth information sheet

Lesson activities

Lesson activities to support Anti-Bullying Week 2014 theme 'Let's stop bullying for all'.

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Key Stage 1

Key Stage 2

Key Stage 3/4

Resources for schools about challenging disablist language:

The use of verbal abuse as a form of bullying of disabled children and young people is widespread. This has a significant negative impact on self-esteem and achievement.  To challenge it requires a consistent wholeschool approach involving staff, pupils, parents and carers.  All members of the school community need to be equipped to always challenge and explain why such language is unacceptable.

Teacher resource - the history of disability harassment and bullying (classroom ideas)

UK Disability History Month have produced a resource, endorsed by ABA, for teachers that explains the history  of disability harassment and bullying. It also gives classroom ideas about how to talk about disablist bullying.

We can stop bullying: worksheet for teachers

This resource was written by the Alliance for Inclusive Education as part of their How was school? series of worksheets. It was written to support Anti-Bullying Week and is endorsed by ABA. It explores disabled people experiences of being bullied when they were at school and gives classroom activity ideas.

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