Research by the NSPCC found that 31% of children experienced bullying by their peers during childhood and a quarter of children bullied by their peers suffered long term harmful effects lasting into adulthood. Cyberbullying is also increasing with bullying by mobiles, email and social media now as common as name-calling among children and teenagers. The impact on emotional health and the importance of emotional wellbeing is also key with 1 in 3 Childline counselling sessions were about mental or emotional health and wellbeing issues.
Bully 4 U uses drama and discussion as a safe and engaging way to help children to gain a broad understanding of many different forms of bullying, identifying when bullying is happening and exploring strategies to combat and prevent them. The programme develops pupils' empathy and respect for others and knowledge of where to go to for help, and also includes work on cyber bullying, top tips on emotional wellbeing and how to stay safe online.
You can download further information by clicking or tapping on the links below.
Bully 4 U Primary Learning Objectives and Key findings.pdf
Evaluation Report Dudley Primary Schools 2015.pdf
Bully 4 U is a great way to mark Anti-Bullying Week or as part of a focussed anti bullying campaign in school.
"Brilliant! Lots of positive feedback from pupils and staff - lots of information learned and discussed by all. Children buzzing about loudmouth being in the school. A fantastic start to our anti bullying week!" - Pupil and Welfare Support
Watch the trailer below to find out more.
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