Anti-Bullying Week 2019 - primary and secondary resources
Explore our collection of Primary and Secondary teaching resources to help schools shine a spotlight on bullying and compliment their anti-bullying week programmes.
Anti-Bullying Week 2019 takes place from the 11th - 15th November.
When I Worry About Things
A collection of short animations that use powerful personal testimony to explore bullying and mental health issues from the perspective of children. Suitable for teaching pupils aged 8-13.
L8r Youngers 1
A series of short dramas dealing with issues such as bullying, ethnicity and drugs awareness. Suitable for teaching children aged 7-11.
Same but different
A series of clips looking at primary children with a range of disabilities, learning differences and medical conditions, that aim to encourage understanding and inclusion, both at school and in the wider world. Suitable for teaching pupils aged 7-11.
The Ugly Duckling
A retelling of the classic children's story by Melody from CBeebies (available to watch on the BBC Teach YouTube channel). Set to classical music, this timeless story explores bullying, difference and acceptance. Suitable for teaching pupils aged 5-8.
L8R Youngers 3
The L8R Youngers characters are now aged 14, and these short dramas deal with the risks and causes of alcohol abuse, as well as the impact of poverty, and the pressure to have sex for both girls and boys, as well as sexting and the impact of social media.
Coping with being bullied
In this powerful short film, a teenage boy phones in to a night-time radio show to share his experience with bullies with host Aled Haydn Jones. While the radio show is staged, the call is real, and so is the story. It ties into the mental and emotional wellbeing section of the national curriculum.
From around the BBC
Am I a bully?
An interactive guide presented by Newsround's Ricky Boleto in which he explores bullying and what you should do if you are being bullied. Suitable for sharing with pupils aged 7-12.
CBBC Anti-Bullying Week collection
Explore this collection of anti-bullying clips, guides and advice aimed at children aged 7-12 (including a Newsround special about cyber-bullying and bullying case studies from Lifebabble).