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Promote empathy, compassion and kindness in your English lessons

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'Be kind always and never stand by and leave bullying unreported'
Lucy Alexander, mother of Felix Alexander

Next week it’s anti-bullying week, which is a great chance to help students open up about the issue affecting almost all children in some way. We’ve selected some great pick-me-up resources that you can use in any English lesson.

Helen
Teachit English Editor

 
     
   

Pick me up resources for anti-bullying week

 
   

What makes you unique? is great for getting students to talk or write about themselves in a positive light, and for promoting positive relationships.
Looking at a poem for the first time is a recent addition to the site, and gives an empathetic insight into the struggle of having poor reading skills.
Bullying poem is a creative resource that gets students looking at the causes of bullying as well as considering the mindset of a bully or victim.



 
 
 
Anti-bullying competition

 
 
     
 
 
     

Actionwork is calling for students to explore their creativity by entering their competition to demonstrate how bullying can be stopped. Based on the theme ‘Power for Good’, under 18s are asked to submit a story, poem, film or picture to be in with a chance of winning up to £300.

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