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KS3/4 PSHE - What is Sexual Bullying?

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An informative introduction to the issue of sexual bullying, this video is designed to get KS3/4 PSHE students thinking about what sexual bullying is, and how it can make others feel.

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Sexual bullying can be defined as gender based bullying, bullying of a sexual nature or sexual harassment in schools.

Discussions with teenagers reveal the differing attitudes towards sexual bullying and how often this behaviour can be construed as normal, making it a widespread but largely un-addressed form of bullying.

Designed to stimulate debate around this sensitive issue, the video is broken into bite-sized sections, helping students gain a clear understanding of the topic.


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Two part lesson plan for KS3/4 PSHE

Shona Bruce, Project Coordinator of the Violence Against Woman Partnership's 'Reduce Abuse' Project in West Dunbartonshire outlines the usefulness of the resource and offers practical advice on how to incorporate the film into a classroom setting

Two titles on sexual bullying in primary and secondary schools

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