Bullying & Cyber-Bullying Prevention


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Bullying is more than just a fight or disliking someone and bullying is never ok. Bullying is hurtful and can impact someone for a long time. An environment characterised by disrespect, bullying, victimisation or violence can act as a barrier to learning. It results in low self-esteem, impacts on physical health and increases the likelihood of dropping out of school. The consequences are disastrous on the kids’ mental health and their academic achievements. In this bullying and cyber-bullying prevention workshop, participants will work on bullying prevention, compassion and the development of their emotional intelligence competencies.


Bullying Prevention Course Content

  • Define bullying, cyber-bullying and list their potential effects.

  • Participate in an open debate to share your thoughts and feelings.

  • Realise that bullying is a public health problem to keep all children safe.

  • Understand the different types of bullying: verbal, physical, social and cyber bullying.

  • Know how to identify bullying behaviours.

  • Understand why do people bully others.

  • Review your school’s bullying policy and procedures.

  • Assess your own behaviour and habits: are you guilty of being a bully?

  • Learn safe practices to communicate online and to use social media.

  • Discover & understand the right process if you are a victim or a witness of a bullying situation.

  • Learn the best practices in bullying prevention and response.

  • Practise challenging situations and work on real-life scenarios.

  • Adopt the “Report it. Block it. Support others being bullied” attitude.

  • Highlight your learning keys and structure your action plan at an individual, class, and school level.


Various resources: activities, games, exercises, debates, real-life scenarios …

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