Anti-Bullying Week 2023 is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance but owned by the whole anti-bullying sector. Please find below the amazing resources, events and activities that our members have created to promote the message of Anti-Bullying Week 2023: Make A Noise!
Resources from our Members
In our empowering Anti-Bullying Workshops your pupils learn the different ways we can Make a Noise About Bullying. Through role-play and drama, your pupils learn new skills for responding appropriately to bullying and conflict.
In this positive and interactive show your pupils will learn how we all have the power to make one small change that can help to stop bullying from happening. This interactive Anti-Bullying Theatre Show promotes a clear, positive Whole School message.
Interactive Video Workshops to support your Whole School to celebrate Anti-Bullying Week 2023. Each video workshop includes a teacher guide and supporting resources. Caters for EYFs, KS1 and KS2. Start your Free Trial Today.
Our 'Make a Noise' Interactive assembly shows are available for settings featuring our popular mini game shows and immersive delivery for a whole school approach. Supporting workshops also available.
‘Hope’ is a highly engaging and participatory production that considers strategies to deal with different forms of bullying. Crucially it considers what might motivate an individual to exhibit traits of bullying behaviour and encourages empathy.
Children's book with anti-bullying message at the core. I'd be happy to send a free copy out to infant/junior schools. I can be contacted through the Diary of a Warent website
Our workshops tie into 'Make a Noise About Bullying', empowering pupils to use their voice and make a stand if they see, hear or experience bullying. Our drama-filled days encourage teamwork to discover how unite to tackle bullying.
We are also offering an online version of the 'Make A Noise About Bullying' workshops for schools to access anywhere in the UK and is a more low cost option.
We are kicking off Anti-Bullying Week with our virtual World Kindness Day Assemblies on 13th Nov. Last year more than 45,000 children took part and this year will be even bigger! We also have a free World Kindness Day activity pack available to download.
To celebrate Anti-Bullying Week, we're offering a free subscription to a school in each of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Commencing this November, we will be visiting schools with our renowned, creative and educational Triple R assembly and workshop programme. Prices start from £650 and include a free parent / carer session to any package chosen.
We have a range of activities for children to celebrate their differences and individuality, this Anti-Bullying Week. Lots of these activities use Rob Biddulph’s book, ‘Odd Dog Out’ as a starting point.
This webinar will explore how schools can take a consistent approach to tackling identity-based bullying, and consider the impact of this type of bullying.
Speak out. Stay safe. is a safeguarding programme for children aged 5-11. It is available to all primary schools in the UK and Channel Islands and is an effective way to support school's safeguarding duties.
Talk Relationships is a service to ensure secondary school-aged young people can learn about sex and relationships in a safe education environment that recognises, responds to, and prevents abuse.
Free resources and guidance to help you plan health, relationships and sex education that protects young people and promotes healthy wellbeing.
Launch event itself on Odd Socks Day at Gullivers Valley, is sure to be fabulous, with a range of interactive activities and a T.I.E performance from Rotherham College students. Training all attendees from neighbouring schools to be upstanders.
Promoting our main anti-bullying resources
Promoting our anti-bullying policy statement to organisations
Promoting our online safety elearning course which has areas of online bullying
PDF resource pack of 5 activities around 'Make a noise' adaptable for lots of age ranges. For FREE resource pack PDF - email: [email protected]
Make some noise about Anti-Bullying Week.
Drama role-play workshops for children in Key Stage 2. All children in the workshop take part actively in the workshop to re-inforce the message of Make A Noise About Bullying
An interactive puppet show for children in Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. The focus is on friendship and what it means to be a good friend
"Supercharged"; a space-themed 50 minute interactive anti-bullying play for Key Stages 1& 2 which uses puppetry and humour to deal with serious topics
Staff CPD session respondig restoratively to bullying, exploring roles within bullying dynamics, meeting the needs of all those involved and a frameowrk of response.
A free poster and free Natterhub lesson for every primary year group (Natterhub free-no-obligation-trial required to access the lesson).
This Natterhub training provides advice around cyberbullying and online behaviour. This goes live on Thursday 23 November at 7pm. It's free for schools to register and share with parents or for parents to register directly.
Bigfoot deliver a range of drama based interactive Anti Bullying programmes for Primary and Secondary Schools across the UK. Programmes include storytelling, assembly, workshop and film formats, and aim to encourage pupils to 'Make A Noise About Bullying’
Join Thrive's 'Anti-Bullying Hero Poster Design Challenge' and empower pupils to create anti-bullying heroes, fostering kindness, empathy, and inclusivity in schools during Anti-Bullying Week, with a chance to win art supplies for your school!
Kick-off Anti-Bullying Week 2023 with a bang by joining our free 1-hour creative workshop for schools. Led by The Diana Award Anti-Bullying team and our National Anti-Bullying Youth Board members, we’ll have fun, build skills and come together. 13.11.23
Jigsaw Education are proud to support Anti-Bullying Week 2023. Enjoy the limited edition Jiggy friends with their odd socks, celebration scrolls and posters for your classroom. FREE Jigsaw PSHE portal sample (with ABW lessons!) here:https://bit.ly/40bH1WS
This resource has been designed by Priority 1-54's resident graffiti artists to support Anti-Bullying Week 2023.
A podcast from Nottingham Trent University
Anti-Bullying Quality Mark-UK is offering an Anti-Bullying Policy Check - an opportunity to evaluate the quality of your Anti-Bullying Policy with reference to our Bronze Award Policy Checklist and to seek further personalised feedback.