Positive Behaviour for Learning - Oran Park PS

Positive Behaviour for Learning - Oran Park PS

Positive Behaviour for Learning ANTI-BULLYING ORAN PARK PUBLIC SCHOOL

Junior Owls (Early Stage 1 & Stage 1) We are learning to be safe students We are learning to spot a bully We are learning to tell a teacher

Senior Owls (Stage 2 & 3) We are learning to be safe and proud students We are learning how to spot a bully We are learning about bystanders

Junior Owls (Early Stage 1 & Stage 1) Core Values: We are learning to be safe students We are learning to spot a bully

We are learning to tell a teacher Think, pair, share. What is a hero? What makes a hero awesome? How can you be a hero at school?

Bullies.. Bullies are NOT heroes!!! What is a bully? Bullying is when someone:

Keeps picking on you all the time Tries to make you feel bad all the time Makes fun of you a lot Makes others not like you Keeps hurting you such as hitting or punching Remember it is not bullying if you have a fight or argument with

someone once, it is not bullying even though it can be upsetting. It is also not bullying if you sometimes fight with a friend and you can sort it out. Why do people bully? Activity: Discuss with your class the

possible reasons people may bully others. What can you do if you see a bully or are being bullied? Follow our 2 and 3 step plan!!!

Our 3-step plan Our 3-step plan Activity: When should we use the 3-step plan? List them down on the board.

What do you do? If someone says to you stop I dont like that! What should you do?

Our 2-step plan Our 2-step plan Activity: When should we use the 2-step plan? List them down on the board.

Always remember to tell a teacher!! A teacher can only help fix problems that they know about. So always let your teacher know if you are hurt or are being bullied! Food for thought

https://bullyingnoway.gov.au/resources/videos/pages/videoplayer.aspx?VideoID=29 Question: What has happened in this video? Senior Owls (Stage 2 / Stage 3)

Core Values: We are learning to be safe and proud students We are learning how to spot a bully We are learning about bystanders

Think, pair, share.

What is a hero? Why is someone considered a hero? Do all heroes have super powers? How can you be a hero at school?

Bullies.. Bullies are NOT heroes!!! What is a bully? Bullying is when someone: Keeps picking on you and consistently tries to make you feel

bad Says horrible or nasty things to upset you most of the time Makes fun of you a lot Tries to stop you from joining in with games Tries to make other people not like you Keeps hurting you, such as hitting or punching you

Remember it is not bullying if you have a disagreement or argument with someone one time. It is not bullying even though it can be upsetting. It is also not bullying if you sometimes fight with a friend and you can sort it out. Why do people bully?

Activity: Discuss with your class the possible reasons people may bully others. Reasons people may bully When people bully, it might be because: They think it is cool

They get angry about something and take it out on someone else They dont know how to get along with others They think it is funny to hurt people They think other people will laugh too

Bystanders. Bullying situations usually involve more than the bully and the victim. They also involve bystanders. Bystanders are those who watch bullying happen or hear about it. There are two types of bystanders: Helpful bystanders People that help the person being bullied or tells

someone (like a grown up) what is happening. Hurtful bystanders Someone that does nothing or joins in on the bullying. What can happen if you dont speak out.

Activity:

Take an A4 piece of paper and fold it Then fold it again Then scrunch the paper Move on to the next slide and read. What can you do if you see a bully or are being

bullied? Follow our 2 and 3 step plan!!! Our 3-step plan

Our 3-step plan Activity: When should we use the 3-step plan? List them down on the board. What do you do? If someone says to you stop I dont like

that! What should you do? Our 2-step plan Our 2-step plan

Activity: When should we use the 2-step plan? List them down on the board. Always remember to tell a teacher!! A teacher can only help fix problems that they know about. So always let your teacher know if you are hurt

or are being bullied! Food for thought http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT3RhIJZu4k Question: What is this video about?

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