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  1. Say “NO” to Bullying NO Bullying For Primary School Students Grades 5-7 Linnea Mead S237572 ETL111

  2. Introduction This presentation, is designed for primary school children, Grades 5-7, and will demonstrate: • What bullying is • Statistics • Your rights • Why Bullies hurt others • How it can affect you • Signs of bullying • Ideas : How you can help yourself • Cyber-bullying • School Help for Bullies and Victims • Web Help for Bullies and Victims • Bully Free Zone – poster • Contract & discussion • References STOP Bullying

  3. What Bullying is Bullying is: A person or a group who tries to hurt or control another person *physical *emotional * social * cyber-bullying - hitting/punching - fighting - pushing - kicking - stealing things that belong to you - something said that is not nice - name calling - making fun of your family - teasing - talking about others behind their back - making you do things you don’t want to - comments about the way you look - excluding you from friendships - not letting you join in - making friendships conditional - use of computers or mobile phones to threaten, annoy or humiliate you It’s NOT your fault

  4. Statistics • Most children at school have either been • bullied; • bully others; • witnessed bullying • 1 child in every 5 are bullied regularly at school http://www.bullying.com.au/school-bullying/index.php • 40% of suicide victims were bullied at school (Victorian Coroner 2007) • Sadly, most times, bullies are just as upset as victims Bullying must STOP – NOW Say NO to bullying

  5. YOU Your rights • have a right to: • feel safe • be safe • from bullying, harassment and cyber-bullying. WE • ALL need to show: • respect for ourselves and each other • respect for property and environment • responsibility for our own behavior • positivity in our relationships ****STOP BULLYING **** ITS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY

  6. Why bullies hurt others • Some people bully for many reasons: • Low self esteem • Lack of self confidence • Try to gain power • To look cool • To feel cool and important • To fit into a group • To get their own way • Because they are unhappy • Seeking attention • Copying what they see • Copying what has been done to them

  7. How it can affect you • Guilty like it’s your fault • Hopeless • Alone; lonely • Like you don’t fit in • Depressed/sad • Unsafe • Scared • Confused • Stressed • Ashamed • Hurt • Sick Being bullied can make you feel: YOUhave arighttofeelsafeandbetreatedwithrespect+fairness

  8. Signs of Bullying • You or your friends may: • Be afraid to go anywhere alone • Have nightmares/can’t sleep • Have trouble at school • Be scared all the time • Look scared all the time • Have poor concentration at school • Forget homework • Wear ripped/dirty clothes • Have unexplained bruises/scratches • Have a sudden change in friends • Be upset • Hide messages on phones/computers • Lack of food at school

  9. Ideas + How you can help yourself • 55% of our message is from body language-Stand tall • (Dosani, 2008) • Say “NO” • Don’t give the bully a chance – avoid them if you can • Don’t do what the bully asks • Be brave • Feel good about you – YOU are important and valued • GET a buddy and BE a buddy • Tell an adult at the school if you are being bullied • Tell an adult at the school if you see someone bullied • Tell your parents • Don’t let the bully know you are upset or scared • Learn ways to stand up to the bully

  10. Cyber-Bullying • Cyber-bullying uses: • mobile phones • emails • websites • chat rooms • other social networking sites • to • tease • send nasty or threatening messages • make unwanted telephone calls • send hurtful information • make/send unwanted photos and comments Don’t be mean behind the screen http://antibullyingblog.blogspot.com.au/2011/11/anti-bully-slogans-for-school.html

  11. School Help for Bullies + Victims Bullies Victims Help to control anger Help to make friends Assertiveness skills Increase social skills Empathy for others Self esteem Contacting parents Assertiveness skills FINAL: suspension from school Dealing with conflict PRAISE: For kindness, empathy, helping, good behavior

  12. Web Help for Bullies + Victims ….Some great websites to help with bullying…. http://au.reachout.com http://www.bullyonline.org http://www.bullyingnoway.gov.au http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/speced2/pages/bullying http://www.kidshelp.com.au Telephone: 1800 55 1800 http://enoughisenough.org.au/site/41/bullying-resilience http://www.deewr.gov.au/Schooling/NationalSafeSchools/Pages/national safeschoolsframework.aspx http://kidshealth.org/kid/feeling/emotion/bullies.html http://www.stopbullyingnow.com/index.htm http://www.actnow.com.au/Issues/Bullying.aspx http://www.kenrigby.net http://www.lifeline.org.au/Telephone: 13 11 14

  13. This is a BULLY FREE ZONE Say “NO” To Bullying NOW

  14. Class discussion about bullying Create a poster showing NO bullying (example in previous slide) Role play – practice group scenarios and saying NO to a bullies Discuss and create an anti-bullying contract Discuss ideas and consequences for those who become a bully Create a bully box to report bullying Discussion & Contract I:________________________, (students name) promise to do everything I can as a member of my school, to make and keep a physically/emotionally safe environment. I promise not to bully my classmates. I promise to report it to an adult and/or the bully box if I witness bullying. Signed:_______________ _______________ _______________ Student Parent/Guardian Teacher

  15. References • ActNow. (2008). Bullying. Australia. Retrieved April 3, 2012 from http://www.actnow.com.au/Issues/Bullying.aspx • Alexander, Jenny. (1998). Bullying : practical and easy-to-follow advice. Great Britain: Element Books. • Anti Violence Movement Inc. (2011). Anti bullying programs for schools. Retrieved March 26, 2012 from http://enoughisenough.org.au/site/41/bullying-resilience • Australian Education Authorities. (2012). Bullying no way!. Retrieved March 19, 2012 from http://www.bullyingnoway.gov.au • Beane, Allan L. (2005). The bully free classroom : over 100 tips and strategies for teacher K-8, Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing. • Boystown. (n.d.). Kids HelpLine. Retrieved March 26, 2012 from http://www.kidshelp.com.au • Bully. In Pictures of. [Digital image]. http://www.picturesof.net/search_term_pages/bully.html • Bully fighting. In Gifs. [Digital image]. http://www.gifs.net/Animation11/Sports/Fighting_Sports/Bully.gif • Bullybusting. In Illustrations of [Digital image]. http://www.illustrationsof.com/1050929-royalty-free-bullying-clipart-illustration • Bullying harassment Policy 2010 http://www.poonindieps.sa.edu.au/docs/policies/bullying_Policy10.pdf • Calvin and Bully. In Animateit. [Digital image]. http://www.animateit.net/details.php?image_id=2004 • Csoti, Marianna. (2008)., How to stop bullying : positive steps to protect children in your care. London: Right Way. • Commonwealth of Australia. (2011). Safe Schools: National Safe Schools Framework. Retrieved March 29, 2012 from http://www.deewr.gov.au/Schooling/NationalSafeSchools/Pages/nationalsafeschoolsframework.aspx • Cyberbullying. In Can Stock Photo. [Digital image] http://www.canstockphoto.com/cyber-bullying-cartoon-7867706.html • Davis, Stan. (2012). Stop bullying now: presenting practical research-based strategies for reducing bullying in schools. USA: Retrieved April 1, 2012 from http://www.stopbullyingnow.com/index.htm • Dobson, Mark. (2002). Back off bully : a crash course in stopping bullies. NSW: Doubleday. • Dolby, Robyn. (2010). Everyday learning about bullying. ACT: Early Childhood Australia Inc. • Don’t be mean behind the screen. In Antibullyingblog. [Digital image]. http://antibullyingblog.blogspot.com.au/2011/11/anti-bully-slogans-for-school.html • Dosani, Sabina. (2008). Bullying: brilliant ideas for keeping your child safe and happy. United Kingdom: Infinite Ideas. • Fellowes, Maz & Ray. (2009). Magic tools to overcome bullying and other stressful stuff! Victoria: Global Publishing Group. • Government of South Australia. (2012). Bullying: Child and Student Wellbeing. Department for Education and Child Development. Retrieved March 26, 2012 from http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/speced2/pages/bullying • Healey, Kaye. (Ed.) Bullying and peer pressure Issues in Society (97). NSW: The Spinney Press. • Kearns, Karen. (2010). Birth to big school. NSW: Pearson Education. • Lifeline. (2010). Lifeline. ACT: Retrieved April 4, 2012 from http://www.lifeline.org.au • Nemours Foundation. (1995-2012). Dealing with bullies. Retrieved April 1, 2012 from http://kidshealth.org/kid/feeling/emotion/bullies.html • Raising Children Network (Australia) Ltd. (2006-2012). Bullying at school : Helping your child. Retrieved April 5, 2012 from http://raisingchildren.net.au/articles/bullying_helping_your_child.html • Rigby, Ken. (2011). Bullying in schools and what to do about it. South Australia: Retrieved April 3, 2012 from http://www.kenrigby.net • Sanders, Pete. (1996., Bullying. London: Watts Book. • Tim Field Foundation. (1996-2009). School Bully Online. Retrieved March 16, 2012 from http://www.bullyonline.org/schoolbully/index.htm • Two boys fighting. In Clipart guide. [Digital image]. http://www.clipartguide.com/_thumbs/0511-1011-1515-1906.jpg • What is bullying? (n.d.). Retrieved March 13, 2012 from http://au.reachout.com/find/issues/Safety-violence/bullying