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  • Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Anti-bullying week Edition
  • Put these words in order to make a phrase.
    • bullying
    us beat help
  • Help us beat bullying!
  • Are you ready to play... Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
  • Question 1
  • Bullying comes in many forms. It can be...
    • A physical (hitting punching, kicking)
    • B verbal (name calling or threats)
    • C emotional (tormenting or ridiculing)
    • D all of the above
  • Question 1
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D all of the above
    --
  • £100
  • Question 2
  • The name given to anti-bullying day is...
    • A Pink Monday
    • B Green Wednesday
    • C Blue Friday
    • D Red Saturday
  • Question 2
    • A
    • B
    • C Blue Friday
    • D
  • £200
  • Question 3
  • If you are being bullied, you should ...
    • A do nothing
    • B tell an adult
    • C fight back
    • D hide in the corner
  • Question 3
    • A
    • B tell an adult
    • C
    • D
  • £300
  • Question 4
  • Bullying is a problem that effects...
    • A victims
    • B those doing the bullying
    • C everyone
    • D schools
  • Question 4
    • A
    • B
    • C everyone
    • D
  • £500
  • Question 5
  • In school, everyone has the right to ...
    • A feel silly
    • B feel grumpy
    • C feel safe
    • D feel a cuddly toy
  • Question 5
    • A
    • B
    • C feel safe
    • D
  • £1,000
  • Question 6
  • The most common form of bullying amongst girls is…
    • A spreading rumours
    • B destroying property
    • C excluding from groups
    • D hitting or kicking
  • Question 6
    • A spreading rumours
    • B
    • C
    • D
  • £2,000
  • Question 7
  • The most common form of bullying amongst boys is...
    • A spreading rumours
    • B destroying property
    • C excluding from groups
    • D hitting or kicking
  • Question 7
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D hitting or kicking
  • £4,000
  • Question 8
  • Cyberbullying is…..
    • A stealing someone’s computer
    • B a fight between cyber-men
    • C sending hurtful texts or emails
    • D stealing someone’s mobile phone
  • Question 8
    • A
    • B
    • C sending hurtful texts or emails
    • D
  • £8,000
  • Question 9
  • Which is a form of cyberbullying?
    • A deleting a text message that someone sent you
    • B spreading rumours about someone using Facebook
    • C emailing a friends to say sorry
    • D forgetting to add someone to you friends list
  • Question 9
    • A
    • B spreading rumours about someone using Facebook
    • C
    • D
  • Question 10
  • A person who receives a nasty text or email should ...
    • A delete it
    • B save it to show an adult as proof
    • C ignore it
    • D forward it to someone else
  • Question 10
    • A
    • B save it to show an adult as proof
    • C
    • D
  • £16,000
  • Question 11
  • Every school has to have ...
    • A rules for dealing with smiling
    • B rules for dealing with dancing
    • C rules for dealing with animals
    • D rules for dealing with bullies
  • Question 11
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D rules for dealing with bullies
  • £32,000
  • Question 12
  • Young people learn bullying behaviour from...
    • A other young people
    • B media (television & movies)
    • C adult role models (parents)
    • D all of the above
  • Question 12
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D all of the above
  • £64,000
  • Question 13
  • Homophobic bullying is ...
    • A making fun of someone because of their sexuality
    • B making fun of someone because of the books they read
    • C making fun of someone because of the bands they like
    • D making fun of someone because of their trainers
  • Question 13
    • A making fun of someone because of their sexuality
    • B
    • C
    • D
  • £125,000
  • Question 14
  • The following behavior may prevent you from becoming a victim of bullying……
    • A becoming a bully yourself
    • B walking away from the bullying
    • C walking tall and confident
    • D playing by yourself at break & lunchtime
  • Question 14
    • A
    • B
    • C walking tall and confident
    • D
  • £250,000
  • Question 15
  • How many students in East Sussex reported being bullied last year...
    • A 24%
    • B 18%
    • C 50%
    • D 31%
  • Question 15
    • A 24%
    • B
    • C
    • D
  • £500,000
  • Question 16
  • How many students in East Sussex said they would intervene if they saw bullying taking place...
    • A 85%
    • B 65%
    • C 25%
    • D 75%
  • Question 16
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D 75%
  • £1,000,000
  • Congratulations! You are a winner!