Bullying Awareness for Children and Young People

ZAP in Schools for Primary (Years 5 and 6)

Duration: 2 hours - classroom based 

Learning outcomes

  • Help children feel safer - explore the feelings and emotions involved in bullying
  • Help children understand bullying – how to tell the difference between banter, conflict and bullying
  • Support children to help others – understand the role of the bystander in situations of bullying
  • Share tools and techniques to support resilience and assertiveness 
  • Increase levels of confidence in managing a potentially bullying situation, while developing a positive sense of self
“I learnt that is it important to speak about being bullied even if you are really, really scared.” – Year 6 Pupil

ZAP in Schools for Secondary (Years 7 & 8)

Duration: 2 hrs - classroom based

Learning outcomes

  • Help young people feel safer
  • Explore the feelings and emotions involved in bullying and cyberbullying
  • Help young people know more about the different forms of bullying and cyberbullying
  • Explore the effects and impact bullying can have on a young person
  • Recognise the difference between banter, conflict and bullying
  • Support young people to help others
  • Recognise the role of the bystander in situations of bullying
  • Increase levels of confidence and provide techniques for managing a bullying situation, while developing a positive sense of self
“I feel more confident to help my friends and other students.” – Year 7 Pupil

Fees and booking 

£274 per 2 hour session plus trainer travel 

To register your interest please complete our training enquiry form.

*ZAP in Schools is currently funded in Lambeth and Westminster in London and Blaenau Gwent and Newport in South Wales. If you are based in a school in these areas please visit the Programmes page.

 

Enquiry form

 

Please note these costings are to be considered as a guide only and do not include the trainer's travel or accommodation expenses where applicable. VAT may also be applicable.

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