Tools for Teachers in Schools

HELPING TEACHERS IMPLEMENT THE ANTI-BULLYING CAMPAIGN IN SCHOOLS

Below, are Powerpoint presentations, "fly on the wall" video presentations and the Irish "Anti-Bullying Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools" (as well as draft school anti-bullying policies and other useful resources).

PRINTABLE ANTI-BULLYING CAMPAIGN PROGRAMME Q & A

Brief Explanation of Rationale and Method-of-Implementation in Schools:
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00 Bullying - The Solution At Last

A short introductory video pointing viewers to this website - www.antibullyingcampaign.ie - where the solution to the problem of bullying in schools is delivered free of charge.  Please feel free to share this short video via social media to help spread the word.  Thank you.

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01 (a) Powerpoint Presentation for Teachers in Primary/Elementary Schools

Explaining (a) the nature and impact of bullying, (b) the awareness-raising needed to persuade pupils not to bully and (c) the "reform, not blame" method of resolving bullying situations with a "win-win" outcome so everyone can live happily ever after - for Teachers in Primary (Elementary) Schools.
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01 (b) Video Presentation for Teachers in Primary/Elementary Schools

Explaining how the Anti-Bullying Campaign programme can be implemented in Primary (Elementary) Schools.  This video is in three distinct sections that can be shown separately to staff on successive occasions. The first, lasting 33 mins, explains the nature and impact of bullying, the second, lasting 35 mins, explains with examples, the range of awareness raising exercises we offer and the third, lasting 33 mins, explains how to implement the "reform, not blame" approach that is so effective in resolving bullying situations. Sincere thanks to Mike Moriarty who filmed this talk on a voluntary basis.

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02 (a) Powerpoint Presentation for Teachers in Post-Primary/High Schools

Explaining (a) the nature and impact of bullying, (b) the awareness-raising needed to persuade students not to bully and (c) the "reform, not blame" method of resolving bullying situations with a "win-win" outcome so everyone can live happily ever after - for Teachers in Post-Primary (High) Schools.
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02 (b) Video Presentation for Teachers in Post-Primary/High Schools

Explaining how the Anti-Bullying Campaign programme can implemented in Post-Primary (High) Schools.  This video is in three distinct sections that can be shown separately to staff on successive occasions. The first, lasting 35 mins, explains the nature and impact of bullying, the second, lasting 38 mins, explains with examples, the range of awareness raising exercises we offer, free of charge and the third, lasting 39 mins, explains how to implement the "reform, not blame" approach that is so effective in resolving bullying situations. Sincere thanks to Mike Moriarty who filmed this talk on a voluntary basis.
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03 (a) Powerpoint Presentation for Parents explaining the Anti-Bullying Campaign

Explaining (a) the nature and impact of bullying, (b) the awareness-raising needed to persuade pupils not to bully and (c) the "reform, not blame" method of resolving bullying situations with a "win-win" outcome so everyone can live happily ever after - for Parents of children in Primary (Elementary) Schools and Post-Primary (High) Schools.

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03 (b) Video Presentation for Parents explaining the Anti-Bullying Campaign

Explaining to parents how the Anti-Bullying Campaign programme works in schools.  This video is in three sections.  The first explains the nature and impact of bullying, the second explains the Anti-Bullying Campaign approach to bullying that is so effective in schools and the third gives parents information on cyber-bullying.  While this video was filmed in an all-boys school the tools and methods of the Anti-Bullying Campaign that apply here apply equally well in all-girls schools and in mixed schools. Sincere thanks to Mike Moriarty who filmed this talk on a voluntary basis.

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03 (c) Information Flyer for Parents about Bullying and Cyber-Bullying

This valuable resource, a collaboration between the Anti-Bullying Campaign and the Lions Clubs of Ireland, can be printed and circulated to parents

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04 Anti-Bullying Circular for Irish schools

Circular instructing all Irish schools to adopt the new mandatory "Anti-Bullying Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools"

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05 "Anti-Bullying Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools" Framework Document

This is the Anti-Bullying Procedures document providing a mandatory framework within which Irish schools must implement their anti-bullying policies.  This is a useful framework document that can offer guidance to anti-bullying personnel in any English-speaking school anywhere.

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06 Draft Anti-Bullying Policy for Primary/Elementary Schools

Anti-Bullying Draft Policy for Primary Schools to adapt for their purposes.

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07 Draft Anti-Bullying Policy for Post-Primary/High Schools

Anti-Bullying Draft Policy for Post-Primary Schools and Youthreach Centres to adapt for their purposes

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08 Template for Annual Recording of Investigations and Outcomes of Possible Bullying Situations

A simple template for keeping an annual record of investigations and outcomes of possible bullying situations

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09 Video Presentation - Adult Enactment of Teen Bullying Situation

"Break Bullying: Not in the Break Room, Not on the Playground" presents an adult version of what a middle school student really experienced

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10 Video Presentation - Shane's Story

 "To This Day Project - Shane Koyczan" - Animated anti-bullying YouTube video
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11 Video Presentation - Lucy's Story

Heart-rending video from Lucy Alexander, a mother whose cyber-bullied son Felix died. Please be patient as it gets ready to play.

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12 Video Presentation - Why do we see homophobic bullying in schools?

Students describe the impact of homophobic bullying on them and suggest what could help stop it.

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13 Anti-Bullying Poems for Post-Primary (Age 12-18) Level

A Selection of Poems either (a) for use with Post-Primary Pupils (Age 12-18) or (b) for helping Teachers understand how it feels to be bullied

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