In keeping true to our service delivery model of edutainment, the workshop is delivered in a fun and interactive manner. The methods of teaching include facilitator-pupil discussion, pupil-pupil discussion, an interactive quiz, videos, 90 minutes of fun tasks and visual impact techniques. Post session, each school will get a poster to act as a constant reminder of the sessions key messages.
*Please note, in order to facilitate all schools requesting this popular workshop, it will be running throughout the whole of November (this is the month in which anti- bullying has a focus).
However, we are offering this option throughout the rest of the academic year, as we strongly believe that anti- bullying should be a message that is delivered all year round.
The Workshop Covers the Following:
UNDERSTANDING THE ACTIONS AND FORMS OF BULLYING BEHAVIOUR:
The pupils will comprehend what exactly constitutes bullying behaviour and the conditions that need to be in place for bullying to occur. They will understand what does not constitute bullying and the pain that accusing bullying in the wrong can have. Further, they will explore the four different forms of bullying behaviour.
IMPACT OF ACTIONS AND WORDS:
Within this section, the children will become aware of the impact their words and actions can have on other pupils. They will be challenged to see things from the perspective of others, in turn raising their levels of empathy.
With an understanding of what exactly constitutes bullying behaviour, the pupils will look at the most productive ways of eradicating potential bullying within their school environment. This includes methods of supporting other pupils being bullied and how to highlight it to relevant people in the school. The session emphasises that together we are stronger.
AGREE TO DISAGREE:
The pupils will realise that it is normal to see things differently. They will learn skills in how to respect other points of view. They will be taught the technique of active listening and become aware that it’s ok to agree to disagree.
KEY Objectives ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
We at HIP have devised a fun and interactive workshop to educate pupils on this important topic.
This is a high energy session is split into the following sections;
- The conditions that facilitate bullying, i.e what bullying is and what bullying is not.
- Different types of bullying.
- Steps to take if they are personally or know of someone being bullied.
- The impact their behaviour and words can have on others.
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What our clients say
Carrs Glen Ps, Belfast
“We engaged in HIP sessions focusing on self-esteem and resilience. We found the experience to be very successful and it was very motivational for our children. On the back of this initial session we had HIP back to delver to Primary 5s around antibullying.”
Cumran Primary School
“Excellent and inspiring workshops that are always pitched at the appropriate level. Our pupils, staff and parents have all benefitted hugely from the different sessions that HIP has delivered.”