Resources from our Members
Anti-Bullying Week is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance but owned by the whole anti-bullying sector. ABA members conduct their own activity each year. We will list the amazing resources, events and activities that our members are providing to highlight the message of Anti-Bullying Week this year below. We will continue to add to these links as we get nearer to Anti-Bullying Week this November, so please do keep coming back to check this page.
This includes three free drama lessons suitable for years 1–6, plus original music and training videos. It also includes access to our monthly publication, ‘Drama & Diversity News’ which helps schools easily nurture a truly inclusive school through drama.
A preventative anti-bullying curriculum which covers 100% of RSE via six hour-long lessons in Years 1 – 6. Includes 36 age-differentiated lesson plans, original music and training videos. £200 - £325 plus VAT annually.
Join our primary school training Thur 23rd Sept 3:45pm – 4:15pm and get the know-how and confidence to deliver a drama-based lesson for Anti-Bullying Week, no matter what your prior experience of using drama, in just 30 minutes! Free resource included!
This interactive workshop empowers your students with specific skills for responding to bullying & conflict situations. Through role-playing new behaviours, your students will explore the power of One Kind Word.
With live puppetry and interactive storytelling, your students will learn how we can use the power of One Kind Word. Students will be up on their feet taking part in the action and learning new skills; pitched perfectly for EYFS/KS1 students.
Bring the magic of theatre to your school with Time to Unite!, the ultimate Online Anti-Bullying Theatre Show. Ideal for Primary Schools looking to provide a special, whole school experience for Anti-Bullying Week.
KS2 and KS3 resources, developed with UCL and IoE. Helping students recognise and challenge stereotypes – creating a school where looking different is celebrated and every student is included
Developed with UCL and IoE. Helping teachers examine their own biases around students who look different. Supports understanding and knowledge to prevent bullying and ensure all student succeed
Learn about the different roles students take that allow bullying, how to deconstruct bullying,resolve and restore relationships through the restorative No Blame Conference. £50
Explore a deeper understanding of Restorative Practice and SEND through an implementation framework, practical strategies and developing a dynamic plan for participants own setting. £150 incl free individual coaching session
Kidscape and Bounce Together have worked together to develop free surveys to support schools with measuring how kind they are as a school community in preparation for Anti-Bullying Week. To access the surveys, please click this link.