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Classroom guidance is delighted to announce the publication of “The Anti-Bullying Manual” ...

Classroom guidance is delighted to announce the publication of “The Anti-Bullying Manual”
A complete Anti-Bullying Programme for 12 to 15 year olds
150 slide presentation free with ten appropriate video clips.
Keenly priced 27 page Manual for €4
Will offer one hour in school training for teachers delivering the programme (Croke Park Hours)
Available to give a parents talk on the Bullying and Cyber Bullying
Units covered are:
1. Is it Bullying
2. Types of Bullying
3. Cyber Bullying
4. Bystanders
5. How to Tell
6. Class Agreement

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  • 1. Anti-Bullying Programme
  • 2. Anti-Bullying Programme
  • 3. This Programme Covers… We Will Be Exploring The Topic Of Bullying In Six Units. The Lessons Will Give You Ideas On : 1. How Can You Protect Yourself. 2. Helping Other Students. 3. Supporting One Another As A Group.
  • 4. Rules Of The Lessons • No Names Are To Be Mentioned When Discussing Bullying In Class. • No Accusations.
  • 5. Unit 1 Is It Bullying?
  • 6. In This Unit You Will Learn 1. What Bullying Is. 2. About Anti-Bullying Policy. 3. How The Schools Deals With Bullying. 4. Who To Tell.
  • 7. Bullying Is… “Repeated Aggression, Verbal, Psychological Or Physical, Conducted By An Individual Or Group Against Others”. • It Is Very Important That We All Understand What We Mean By Bullying
  • 8. Bullying Is… • Go To B1. (P1). • Fill In The Information From The Following Slides.
  • 9. Bullying Is Hard: It Can Be… Hurtful Aggressive Repeated Deliberate
  • 10. 1. The Effects Of The Victim Effects Include: • Distress • Loss Of Confidence • Upset • Fear • Worry • Anger
  • 11. 2. Aggression Is Involved It Can Be One Or A Combination Of : 1. Physical Aggression 2. Verbal Aggression 3. Psychological Aggression
  • 12. 3. The Behaviour Is Repeated It May Be Once Off But It Is Usually Repeated.
  • 13. 4. The Behaviour Is Often Planned It Can Happen At The Same Time Or In The Same Place
  • 14. 5. It’s Hard For The Victim To Defend Themselves The Victim Has No Way Of Fighting Back.
  • 15. 6. Individual Or Group Bullying Bullying Behaviour Can Be Done Privately Or For An Audience.
  • 16. 7. There Is An Imbalance Of Power One Person Is Physically Or Psychologically Stronger.
  • 17. 8. The Bullying Behaviour Is Usually Unprovoked The Victim Doesn’t Deserve To Be Bullied.
  • 18. Is It Bullying? Go To B2. (P3/4) On Your Own, Complete The Table Below By Ticking The Boxes. Then We Will Discuss It.
  • 19. Group Discussion • Was The Behaviour Hurtful? H • Was The Behaviour Aggressive? A • Was The Behaviour Repeated? R • Was The Behaviour Deliberate? D How Would You Know If Behaviour Was Deliberate Or Not? Is It Always Easy To Decide?
  • 20. Anti-Bullying Policy The School Has An Anti-Bullying Policy To Make It: • Safe • A Friendly Place If You Report A Bullying Incident, It Should Be Dealt With In The Following Way:
  • 21. Anti-Bullying Policy 1. First Report Of Bullying Behaviour: • Any Teacher Can Give A Verbal Warning 2. Second Report Of Bullying Behaviour: • Year Head Informs Principal & Both Sets Of Parents, With Sanctions From School. 3. Third Or Serious Incident Of Bullying: • Principal Gets Involved, With Serious School Sanctions From School.
  • 22. Report Bullying What Is The Best Way To Report A Bullying Incident? • Tell A Teacher, Senior Student Or Any Adult You Trust In The School. • Teacher, Senior Student Or Adult Will Tell The Anti-Bullying Coordinator. The Students Involved Will Be Spoken To.
  • 23. Summing Up • Bullying Behaviour Is Not Acceptable And It Is Wrong. • If You Are Being Bullied Tell A Teacher Or Another Adult.
  • 24. In Unit 1 We Learned… 1. What Bullying Is. 2. About The Anti-Bullying Policy. 3. How The School Deals With Bullying. 4. Who To Tell.
  • 25. Unit 2 Types Of Bullying
  • 26. Recap On Unit 1 Bullying Is HARD: Hurtful Aggressive Repeated Deliberate • How To Report Bullying • The Procedures
  • 27. In This Unit You Will Learn Types Of Bullying 1. Verbal 2. Physical 3. Psychological 4. Racial 5. Sexual 6. Cyber 7. Homophobic 8. Relational Be Able To Give Examples Of Each
  • 28. Verbal: Anything Hurtful Said To You Or Directed At You.
  • 29. Physical: Anything That Hurts You Or Damages Your Property.
  • 30. Psychological: Anything Which Affects How You Think About Yourself.
  • 31. Racial: Anything That Insults Your Race, Religion, Culture Or Background.
  • 32. Sexual: Inappropriate Or Unwanted Touching Or Comments.
  • 33. Relational: Damaging Friendships e.g. Exclusion, Isolation.
  • 34. Homophobic: Anything That Offends Or Insults A Person’s Sexual Orientation.
  • 35. Cyber: Bullying Using Electronic Forms Such As Texting, Facebook And Email.
  • 36. Case Study Read Patrick’s Story In B3. (P5). Then, As A Class, Discuss The Following Questions: 1. What Do You Think This Story Is About? 2. What Bullying Behaviours Did Patrick Experience? 1. Why Do People Bully? 2. What Does Bullying Feel Like? 3. Is Bullying Ever Justified?
  • 37. Examples Of Bullying Find An Example Of Each Category Of Bullying In Patrick’s Story To Complete B4. (P 6/7) 1. Verbal 2. Physical 3. Psychological 4. Racial 5. Sexual 6. Cyber 7. Homophobic 8. Relational
  • 38. In Unit 2 We Have Learned Types Of Bullying 1. Verbal 2. Physical 3. Psychological 4. Racial 5. Sexual 6. Cyber 7. Homophobic 8. Relational To Be Able To Give Examples Of Each.
  • 39. To Sum Up Bullying Is Not Normal Or Acceptable And Is Always Wrong. If You Are Being Bullied Tell A Teacher Or An Adult.
  • 40. Unit 3 Cyber Bullying
  • 41. Recap On Unit 2 Different Types Of Bullying Behaviours: 1. Physical 2. Verbal 3. Psychological 4. Racial 5. Sexual 6. Cyber 7. Homophobic 8. Relational
  • 42. In This Unit You Will Learn 1. What Cyber Bullying Is. 2. Examples Of Cyber Bullying. 3. How To Avoid It. 4. How To Deal With It.
  • 43. Cyber Bullying Cyber Bullying Is … • Sending MEAN Messages, • Making CRUEL Comments, • Posting UNFLATTERING Or MALICIOUS Photos, • Making THREATS. By Using… (See Next Slide)
  • 44. Cyber Bullying 1. Email 2. Text 3. Facebook 4. Twitter 5. Websites Other Forms Of Electric Communication… • Go B5. (P8) And Write Down What Cyber Bullying Is.
  • 45. Cyber Bullying – A Big Problem Go To B6. (P8). Complete The Bar Chart Of Survey Results Below: In A New Survey Of 5,500 Students, 80%, Said That They Have Read Or Spread Gossip Online; 60% Said They Had Seen Sites That Made Fun Of Other Students.
  • 46. Cyber Bullying Can Happen To Anyone! • It Can Be Anonymous. • It Is As Serious As Face To Face Bullying. • You Need To Learn How To Protect Yourself Online. • And Help Friends If They Are Having A Touch Time With It.
  • 47. How To Avoid Cyber Bullying Checklist Go To B8. (P10) And, After Looking At The Next Three Slides, Write Down Ten Ways To Avoid Being Cyber Bullied.
  • 48. How To Avoid Cyber Bullying 1. Never Give Out Your Passwords. 2. Change Your Passwords And PIN Regularly. 3. Always Logout Of Your Email/Facebook Page If Your Using A Public Computer.
  • 49. How To Avoid Cyber Bullying 4. Pick Your Online Friends Carefully. 5. Understand What You Post On-Line Can Be Seen By Everyone. 6. Only Make Facebook Friends With People You Are Happy Sharing Information With.
  • 50. How To Avoid Cyber Bullying 7. Be Polite To Other People. 8. Think It Might Be Hurtful Or Embarrassing Even It’s Funny.
  • 51. How To Avoid Cyber Bullying 9. Don’t Send Messages To Someone Else When You Are Angry. 10. Wait Until You’ve Calmed Down And Had Time To Think. Once You’ve Sent It, You Can’t Take It Back.
  • 52. What Would You Do? After Discussing The Next Three Slides, Go To B9. (P11) And Write Down Ten Things You Could Do If You Were Cyber Bullied.
  • 53. How To Deal With Cyber Bullying 1. Don’t Reply. 2. Bullies Want To Know That They’ve Got You Worried And Upset. 3. Chances Are, If You Never Reply, They’ll Get Bored And Leave You Alone.
  • 54. How To Deal With Cyber Bulling 4. Go Off-line! If It’s Invading Every Bit Of Your Life… Your Computer And Phone Have An Off Switch!
  • 55. How To Deal With Cyber Bullying 5. Change Your Contact Details – Get A New: • User Name • Email Address • Mobile Number Only Give It To Your Closest Friends. This Doesn’t Mean Your Giving In, Your Just Getting On With Your Own Life.
  • 56. How To Deal With Cyber Bullying 6. Tell Someone – If It Is Bothering You, Don’t Keep It To Yourself. Tell A Parent, Friend, A Teacher Or Guidance Counsellor. 7. Press Print Screen To Save Page And Then Report It.
  • 57. How To Deal With Cyber Bullying 8. If The Messages Are Getting Really Serious, Tell The Police. It’s Against The Law To Threaten People, And The Police Can Put A Stop To It. They’re There To Keep You Safe, And They Generally Want To Know About Stuff Like This.
  • 58. How To Deal With Cyber Bullying 9. You Don’t Have To Read The Messages, But Keep Them And Keep A Record Of The Time And Date. This Can Act As Evidence If You Ever Need It, And It Can Help The Police Or Your ISP (Internet Service Provider) Find Out Where The Messages Are Coming From.
  • 59. How To Deal With Cyber Bullying 10. Inform Your Phone Company Or Internet Service Provider (ISP) They Can Block • Texts • Calls • On-Line Messages
  • 60. When To Contact Service Provider • If A Post, Or Video That You Feel Violates Your Privacy Is Posted On A Website.
  • 61. When To Contact The Service Provider • Contact The Uploader* Directly Using The Site’s Message Function. • Sometimes They Aren’t Aware That They Have Upset You. * The Person Who Posted The Item.
  • 62. When To Contact The Service Provider • If You Can’t Contact The Uploader. • Or They Refuse To Remove The Content. • Notify The Website Owners Of Your Concerns. • If The Content Goes Against The Rules, It Will Be Removed.
  • 63. How To Contact The Service Provider Look At The Appendix (P24-26) At The End Of Your Manual To Find Email, Addresses And Contact Details Of Most Service Providers And Phone Services.
  • 64. In This Unit You Learned 1. What Cyber Bullying Is. 2. Examples Of Cyber Bullying. 3. How To Avoid It. 4. How To Deal With It.
  • 65. Unit 4 Bystanders
  • 66. Recap On Unit 3 1. What Cyber Bullying Is. 2. Examples Of Cyber Bullying. 3. How To Avoid It. 4. How To Deal With it.
  • 67. In Unit 4 You Will Learn • What A Bystander Is. • The Role Of The Bystander. • Ways That Bystanders Can Help Stop Bullying.
  • 68. Discussion 1 In A Bullying Situation What Do You Think A Bystander Is?
  • 69. Answer : Any Person Who Witness Bullying Happening, Who Can See And Hear It For Themselves But Are Unsure What To Do About It.
  • 70. Discussion 2 Have You Ever Been A Bystander?
  • 71. Answer : The Chances Are High That You Have Been. Most Students Have Witnessed Bullying.
  • 72. Discussion 3 What Would You Do As A Bystander In A Bullying Situation?
  • 73. Options Help? Look The Other Away? Or
  • 74. Why People Don’t Get Involved • They Are Too Frightened – Are Afraid Of Being The Bully’s Next Victim.. • They Are Too Frightened Of Acting On Their Own Without The Support Of The Other Students.
  • 75. Why People Don’t Get Involved • They Think That If Nobody Else In The Class Is Objecting, It Must Be Ok. (Bystander Apathy). • The School Hasn’t A Culture Of Supporting People.
  • 76. Why People Don’t Get Involved • They Feel It Is None Of There Business. • They May Believe That It’s The Teacher’s Job Anyway. • They Don’t Feel Confident That They Can Stop The Bullying.
  • 77. Positives Influence Of Bystanders Bystanders May Have A Positive Influence And Stop Bullying Behaviour By The Following Actions…
  • 78. DO : Do : Say “No” Or “Stop” When You See Someone Behaving Unfairly. Do : Tell When You Know A Student Is Suffering From Being Bullied (It’s Not “Ratting” It’s Helping). Do : Include People Who Are Being Left Out.
  • 79. Do Not : • Do Not Join In The Bullying Behaviour By Laughing Or Slagging. • Do Not Cheer On Bullying Or A Fight. • Do Not Stay In A Dangerous Situation, E.G. A Fight. Get Help Immediately From An Adult. • Do Not Bully The Bully.
  • 80. How Can I Be A Good Bystander? • Go To B10. (P12-14). • Under Each Heading, Write Down Your Own Strategies For Responding To Different Sorts Of Bullying As A Bystander. • You Can Use Examples In Patrick’s Story (B3. P5) To Help You Do This. • Don’t Use Responses That Are Aggressive Or Ineffective.
  • 81. Role Play - Warm Up • Everyone Stand Up • Shake Your Right Arm 8 Times • Shake Your Left Arm 8 Times • Shake Your Right Leg 8 Times • Shake Your Left Leg 8 Times • Shake Your Right Arm 4 Times • Shake Your Left Arm 4 Times • Shake Your Right Leg 4 Times • Shake Your Right Leg 4 Times
  • 82. Role Play - Warm Up Shake Your • Right Arm 2 Times • Left Arm 2 Times • Right Leg 2 Times • Left Leg 2 Times • Right Arm And Left Leg 4 Times • Left Arm And Right Leg 2 Times • Right Leg, Left Arm And Right Arm 2 Times • Right Leg, Left Arm, Left Leg And Right Arm Once • Now Sit Down
  • 83. Bullying Role Playing Setting The Stage You Are Between Classes And You Are Waiting For The Teacher In A Classroom.
  • 84. The Characters
  • 85. John • Sitting Quietly Minding His Own Business
  • 86. Ger • Ger Is The Biggest Bully In The Group. He Starts It Off, Calling John Gay. • The Rest Of The Group Are Afraid To Stand Up To Him.
  • 87. Ray • Thinks Ger Is Cool, Wants To Impress Him And Knocks Johns Books Off His Desk. • Ray Enjoys “Messing” With John.
  • 88. Eddie • Eddie Joins In And Calls John Gay. He’s Afraid Of Ger And Ray. He Thinks If He Doesn’t Join In They’ll Start On Him Next. • He Doesn’t Like What They’re Doing To John But Is Too Afraid To Stop.
  • 89. Joe Kate Edel • Laugh When The Boys Start Bullying John. &
  • 90. Mary • Mary Asks The Boys To Stop Bullying John.
  • 91. Anne • Anne Supports Mary And Asks The Boys To Stop Too.
  • 92. Frank • Frank Supports Anne And Mary And Decides After Class To Tell The Teacher Privately What Is Happening.
  • 93. Bullying Role Play Scene 1 : “The Bullying Starts” • Ger Starts Off Bullying John Calling Him Gay. • Ray Knocks John’s Books Off His Desk. • Eddie “Ups” The ‘Slagging’. • Joe, Kate And Edel Laugh Along.
  • 94. Bullying Role Play Scene 2 ; “The Bullying Is Challenged” • Mary Asks The Boys To Stop Bullying John. • Anne Supports Mary And Asks The Boys To Stop Too. • Frank Supports Anne And Mary And Decides After Class To Tell The Teacher Privately What Is Happening.
  • 95. The Play • Pick Your Characters. • Spend Some Time Figuring Out Your Lines. • If You Don’t Have A Part, Do Not Join In, Laugh Or Cheer On The Bullying. • When You Are Ready, Begin The Play.
  • 96. Discussion • As A Class Discuss The Five Questions Below Then Fill In Your Answers In B11. (P16). • How Did You Feel About Your Role? • Do You Think Mary, Anne And Frank Were Good Bystanders?
  • 97. Discussion • When Might It Be Become Unsafe For Anne, Mary And Frank To Continue Intervening As Bystanders? • What Should They Do In That Situation? • Are Joe, Kate And Edel Making Things Better Or Worse?
  • 98. In Unit 4 We Have • Identified The Role Of The Bystander. • Became Aware Of Ways That Bystanders Can Help Stop Bullying. • Learned About How To Be A Good Bystander.
  • 99. Class Reminder • Although You May Not Have Stopped The Bullying At The Time, The Support You Have Given The Victim May Make All The Difference To Them. • You May Give Them The Confidence To Stand Up For Themselves When They Are Most Under Pressure, Or They May Benefit From The Moral Support You Have Provided.
  • 100. Unit 5 How To Tell
  • 101. Recap On Unit 4 In Unit 4 You Learned • What A Bystander Is. • The Role Of A Bystander. • Ways That Bystanders Can Help Stop Bullying Behaviour.
  • 102. In Unit 5 You Will Learn • The Advantages Of Telling About Bullying And The Reasons For Telling. • How To Tell Safely. • What Happens In Your School When You Tell About Bullying. • To Complete A Questionnaire On How To Tell About Bullying.
  • 103. Telling To Be Safe It Is Important That You See The Difference Between Telling About Bullying Behaviour To Be Safe Rather Then : - Telling Tales To Get Someone In Trouble
  • 104. Why Tell? Revisit “Patrick’s Story” In B3. (P5). Why Did Patrick Not Tell Anyone About The Bullying Until It Had Got Out Of Hand?
  • 105. Answers • Fear Of Retaliation • Shame That He Couldn’t Manage. • Sadness That He Had No Friends. • Belief That Perhaps He Had Brought It On Himself.
  • 106. More Answers • Feelings Of Helplessness. • Belief That No-One Could Help. • Fear Of It Being Dealt With In Public By Teachers (Making It Worse).
  • 107. Discussion • If You Were Patrick, Would You Tell? • Why / Why Not? • What Are The Advantages Of Telling About Bullying?
  • 108. Discussion (Cont..) • Discuss The Problems Associated With Telling. For Example : * Being Called A “Rat” * Being Jeered. * Being Excluded. * Putting Yourself At Risk Of Being Bullied.
  • 109. Research Tells Us… • The Vast Majority Of Young People Do Not Tell A Teacher If They Are Being Bullied. • If They Don’t Tell It Will Continue And May Even Get Worse, As It Happened To Patrick.
  • 110. How Can I Tell About Bullying? • B13. (P19/20) And Complete The Following Questions: • List The Names Of Some People Who Can Support You If You’re Being Bullied. • Write Down How Telling Someone Will Help You. • Explain What Happens When People Don’t Tell. • Give Two Reasons Why People Are Afraid To Tell.
  • 111. How Can I Tell About Bullying? • How Can Your Parents Get The School To Help Protect You? • How Can You Tell A Teacher Without Everyone Knowing Your Business? • Which Teacher Would You Go To For Help? • How Can Senior Students In Your School Help?
  • 112. What Happens When I Tell In My School? • Under The School’s Anti-Bullying Policy, The Following Steps (Covered On The Next Three Slides) Will Be Taken When A Student Reports Bullying:
  • 113. What Happens When I Tell In My School? • Go To B14. (P21) And Fill In The Details. Then Discuss The Following: • Do You Agree With These Sanctions? • Will They Be Helpful For All Students – Those Who Are Bullied And Those Accused Of Bullying Behaviour? • If Any Student Has Suggestions Or Comments About This, The School Will Be Glad To Hear Them And They Will Be Considered.
  • 114. Student Questionnaire • Go To Appendix (P28) And Complete The Anti-Bullying Questionnaire In Confidence. • Tear Out And Hand Up To Your Teacher. • All Students Who Report That They Are Being Bullied Will Receive Help. Remember That In Most Cases It Takes An Adult To Stop Bullying Behaviour.
  • 115. In Unit 5 We Have Learned • The Reasons For Telling. • The Advantages/Disadvantages Of Telling. • About Advice For Telling. • What Happens In Our School When We Tell. • How Telling Helps. • To Complete The Student Anti-Bullying Questionnaire.
  • 116. Remember! Young People Always Need Adult Help To Sort Out Bullying. If You Don’t Get Help By Telling A Parent Or Teacher, It Will Just Get Worse. If You Don’t Get Help At First Keep Telling Until You Do Get Help.
  • 117. Unit 6 Class Anti-Bullying Agreement
  • 118. Recap On Unit 5 • The Reasons For Telling. • The Advantages/Disadvantages Of Telling. • Advice For Telling. • What Happens In Our School When We Tell. • How To Complete The Student Anti-Bullying Questionnaire. • How Telling Helps.
  • 119. In Unit 6 Students Will Learn To • Agree Unacceptable Behaviours For Their Class. • Produce A Class Agreement, Phrased In A Positive Manner, For Display In The Classroom.
  • 120. Introduction ‘Making A Class Agreement’ Is To : Empower Students To Become Involved In Creating Their Own Positive Class/School Environment.
  • 121. Making A Class Agreement • This Lesson Involves A Consultation With You The Students. • The Teacher Can Provide Practical And Moral Support.
  • 122. Identifying Unacceptable Behaviours • We Are Going To Make An Anti-Bullying Agreement For Our Class. • First, We Need To Decide And Agree Which Behaviours Are Unacceptable. • Look At B15 (P22) And Complete The Agreement Individually.
  • 123. Feedback On Board Using Ideas From Your Personal Agreement In B15. (P22), Brainstorm The Behaviours On The Board. • N.B. It Is Important That All Students Agree On The Unacceptability Of The Behaviours. The Behaviours That Are Mentioned Most Will Form The Basis Of Their Class Anti-Bullying Agreement.
  • 124. Group Anti-Bullying Agreement Go To B16 . (p23) And Discuss Your Answers From B15. (P22). To Stop Bullying As A Class 1. List Three Things You All Agreed You Will Do. 2. List Three Things You All Agreed You Will Not Do.
  • 125. Sample Agreement Our Class Agrees That: We Will 1. Treat Each Other And Our Teachers With Respect. 2. Respect One Another’s Feelings. 3. Try To Make Everyone Feel That They Belong. We Will Not 1. Physically Hurt Others. 2. Spread Rumours Or Lies. 3. Leave Others Out Or Ignore Them Deliberately Or Turn People’s Friends Against Them. All Students Are Invited To Sign The Class Agreement And It Should Be Displayed Prominently In The Classroom For The Rest Of The World To See.
  • 126. Put The Agreement On The Wall • Transfer Your Agreement To An A3 Size Piece Of Paper And Put On The Wall In Class. • Find A Spot On The Wall To Hang The Agreement. • This Is to Help Remind You About The Agreement If It Has Been Broken.