Bullied

Using interviews with pupils who have been bullied, these lesson and assembly starters for both primary and secondary cover verbal, physical and cyberbullying, and show the real and lasting effects of bullying.

There are 8 videos in this series.

3 mins cyberbullying
Examining the effects of cyberbullying, this short PSHE video for primary and secondary pupils uses the case of a 14-year-old girl to show how serious the consequences can be.
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3 mins Verbal and Physical
A 12-year-old boy discusses his experiences of verbal and physical bullying at primary school, in a short PSHE lesson and assembly starter for primary and secondary pupils.
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3 mins Difference
A 14-year-old boy talks about how he was bullied for being different, leading to self-harming, in a short PSHE lesson and assembly starter for primary and secondary pupils.
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3 mins Name-calling
A 14-year-old boy tells his experience of name-calling and bullying, in this PSHE lesson and assembly starter for primary and secondary pupils.
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3 mins Disability
A 15-year-old boy describes how he was bullied due to his disability, in this PSHE lesson and assembly starter for primary and secondary pupils.
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3 mins Appearance
A 16-year-old girl talks about the bullying that ensued as a result of her haircut when she started secondary school, in this PSHE lesson and assembly starter for primary and secondary pupils.
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3 mins Homophobia
Looking at the issue of homophobic bullying, a 17-year-old boy reveals the effect it can have in this PSHE lesson and assembly starter for primary and secondary pupils.
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3 mins Violence
A Year 10 pupil shares his shocking account of very violent bullying, in a PSHE lesson and assembly starter for primary and secondary pupils.
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