ABW16 resources

To download the resource, simply click on the highlighted title and save to your computer.

Introduction to ABW 16

All about meKS 1Introduction to bullying – a circle based activity to consider differences and the value that diversity brings
Assembly Presentation
KS 2
KS 2Power point assembly presentation and presenter notes to introduce the themes of ABW16
Assembly Presentation
KS 3 & 4
KS 3 & 4Power point assembly presentation and presenter notes to introduce the themes of ABW16
ABW16 Letter to Parents/Carers (Schools)AllIntroducing ABW16
ABW16 Letter to Parents/Carers (Youth Groups)AllIntroducing ABW16

Activities

You’ve got a friend in meKS 1Activity to help with understanding the difference between good and bad behaviour in friendships and how a friend may feel if they are being bullied.
Bullying Never WinsKS1 & 2Activity for children to learn to recognise how bullying can negatively impact others and be able to express their thoughts and feelings in a creative way. Helpful ways to recognise that bullying is wrong and they can stop it occurring.
Sammy’s shoesKS 1 & 2The resource is made up of a big book called Sammy’s Shoes which illustrates how children are bullied because of their special or additional needs and three related activities.
The big book is about Sammy who is bullied because of his autism, it asks questions about bullying behaviour and puts children in the shoes of someone who is being bullied.
Partner PortraitsKS 1 & 2Art & Design activity to recognise, in a positive way, physical and emotional attributes of their partner & help understand diversity within the classroom.
Friendship FishKS 1 & 2Activity to help children understand how their words and actions affect others, about the qualities and attributes of a good friend and to help them think about ways to support others around them and why it is important to do this.
Standing up to Hurtful and Bullying BehaviourKS 2 & 3Activities to discuss common ways people can show their feelings through hurtful behaviour rather than relying on hurtful or unspoken behaviours.
The Uprising ProjectKS 3 & 4Activity to help discussions that children’s peers have differences and empathising with others who have experienced discrimination.
How To Write To Local MediaAllTo help raise awareness of ABW16 we would encourage young people to write to their local media about what they, and their school or group are doing about bullying. This resource is a draft press release for you to personalise.
Affirmation ActivityKS 1-4Activity – Class/ Form Group Challenge for Anti-Bullying Week
Top Ten Facts for children to tell their Parents & Carers about Bullying.AllThis Top Ten Facts resource can be used in school to learn more about the issue of bullying, encourage conversations about this issue and can also be sent home as ‘homework’ for children & young people to discuss the facts about bullying with their parents/carers.
Top Tips: Children & young peopleChildren & young peopleTips about how to deal with bullying

Parents, Carers & Teachers

Top Ten Facts for children to tell their Parents & Carers about Bullying.AllThis Top Ten Facts resource can be used in school to learn more about the issue of bullying, encourage conversations about this issue and can also be sent home as ‘homework’ for children & young people to discuss the facts about bullying with their parents/carers.
What we do about bullyingAllNIABF recommend this flyer is personalised then sent home to parents/carers for their information and can also be uploaded to your school/youth group website & social media sites.
Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum Parent/Carer Toolkit, 2016Parents/carersA useful toolkit aimed at providing parents and carers more information and advice about dealing with the issue of bullying.
Top Tips: Teachers & school staffTeachers & school staffTips about how to deal with bullying

ABW 16 Posters

Primary School Age Posters (English) – JPEG   PDF

Primary School Age Posters (Irish) – JPEG   PDF

Post-Primary Age Posters (English) – JPEG   PDF

Post-Primary Age Posters (Irish) – JPEG   PDF

If you have any difficulties, please contact Regional Anti-Bullying Coordinator, on 028 9087 5006