Bullying teaching resources
Bullying can take many forms and statistics predict that more than two-thirds of children are affected by it. Browse our collection for Anti-bullying Week (11-22 November), which has been compiled for secondary teachers and professionals who work with children and young people. These free Teachers TV videos, lesson plans and teaching resources will help you encourage young people to put a stop to bullying.
Videos from Teachers TV
This programme looks at new research into bullying that asked children how they think the problem could be tackled better.
Find out why Norway’s pioneering anti-bullying approach is so successful.
Teenagers talk about sexual bullying in schools. An informative introduction to the issue of sexual bullying, this video is designed to get teenage students thinking about what sexual bullying is, and how it can make others feel.
Watch this teenager share his personal experience of homophobic bullying.
This video explores how differences in appearance can trigger bullying episodes and suggests ways to combat bullies.
This case study is about a 15-year-old boy who was bullied for his disability and race.
Find out how extreme bullying lead to one boy’s self-harming.
An insight into the effects of physical bullying on one teenager.
Experts explore the problem of girls bullying other girls and give tips on how to identify the symptoms as well as tackling the causes.
Happy to Be Me: An Anti-bullying Discussion (Sesame Street)
Anti-bullying resources from TES Connect partners