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Anti-Bullying

Anti-Bullying
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S Bartlett

on 20 November 2012

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Transcript of Anti-Bullying

B U L L Y I G N It's up to you. What is Bullying? What should I do? Activity: Bullying: Whose Side Are You On? -Intentional
-Repeated
-Hurtful behaviour What Counts as bullying: 1. Physical Bullying
2. Hurtful Language
3. Cyber Bullying How will you help end bullying? It could be how big you are, the colour of your skin, or how you're doing at school.

But no one's the same - and that's why bullying is so stupid. Bullying often starts when people pick
on something about you that's different. What should I do? Walk away or stay in a group. You're less likely to be bullied when there are other people around. Bullies don't like witnesses.

Tell someone you trust, like a parent, teacher or friend. You will feel better and you can think of ways to beat the bully together.

Practise at home saying "no" or "leave me alone".

Write a note to someone if you find it hard to say how you are feeling. Don't be afraid to
tell somebody
about what you're
going through. Tell someone you trust, like a parent, teacher or friend. You will feel better and you can think of ways to beat the bully together.

Practise at home saying "no" or "leave me alone". If someone says "you're ugly", say "thank you".

Write a note to someone if you find it hard to say how you are feeling. Watch the video.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/13908106 TELL! TELL! TELL! A n t i -
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