An Anti-Bullying Assembly

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This assembly educates Year 6 students about the different forms of bullying, such as cyberbullying and face-to-face bullying. It emphasizes the importance of using strength to uplift others, rather than to harm them. The assembly includes examples of bullying, the rights of every child to a safe learning environment, and two scenarios to discuss and understand bullying. It encourages students to report incidents, not retaliate, and to stand together against bullying.

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  1. An Anti-Bullying Assembly By Year 6

  2. What you have heard are examples of bullying. Bullying can occur anywhere and to anyone. It can happen online (cyberbullying) or face-to-face. Bullying doesn t have to be physical, but children that bully others tend to use whatever source of strength they have to hurt. Using a source of strength, possibly with the help of others, to repeatedly make one person feel bad about themselves is a common aspect of bullying behaviour.

  3. Examples of Bullying include: - Intentionally hurting someone outside on the playground. - Whispering nasty names to another in class - Destroying/stealing other children s belongings - Making fun of someone/laughing at someone Remember bullying is over a period of time/continuously

  4. Bullying is repeated activity. This doesn t include: - Having an argument one break time with your friends or best friends - Disagreeing with someone s point of view - Unintentionally hurting someone

  5. Bullying makes people feel. Bullying makes people feel . Unhappy

  6. We are a Rights Respecting School We are a Rights Respecting School Every child has the right to an education to learn in a place where they feel safe and feel they belong They have the right to be protected from violence and discrimination. Everybody must play their part in ensuring that this is the case for every child

  7. These are two scenarios: These are two scenarios: Scenario A Stacey and Toni were going to the one day and they saw a younger girl on her scooter. They pushed her off and walked away. They continued to do this every week. Scenario B Darren and George had a fight about what game they wanted to play. Darren wanted to play tennis but George wanted to play football. Which one is bullying? How could the little girl stop Stacey and Tracey from bullying her?

  8. How can we stop it? How can we stop it? We can all stop bullying by: - Telling a trusted adult. This could be your teacher, or other adults in the school or on the playground. You could ask a friend to help if you feel worried about talking about it. - Don t retaliate. - Stand together and say NO! Don t watch and let it happen - Use an online incident form to report incidents online or on social media. Everybody has a part to play

  9. How can we stop it? How can we stop it? Remember to respect other people! Just because someone is different to you and your friends that doesn t mean you are better than them or have a right to make them feel bad. If you mess up, say sorry. You don t have to be friends with everyone but you should always make it clear that you don t like it when people bully others, and stick up for people who are having a hard time.

  10. Thank you for listening. Remember we can all make a difference By Phoebe, Jorgie, Cayden, Jamie, Emily, Nustrat, Rita, Ethan and Ava