Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Bullying

This is shared writing by students in Nicola and Chrissy's base groups.

What is bullying?

Bullying is being mean to someone over and over again. It can happen online (cyber bullying) or face to face (either physical or mental). Examples of bullying are laughing at someone, punching someone or swearing at someone.

What can we do about bullying?

If you see others being bullied you could stick up for them or you could defend them. It is really important to say stop! When you are being bullied you could walk away. If the bullying continues you should tell an adult. Make sure that if you see someone being bullied you help them. It is not ok to be a bystander.

Be a proud person, not an easy target.



We did some role playing about what to do if we see bullying.

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