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Learning From the News - Bullying

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A report into a boy who was attacked for being white showed that schools need to do more to prevent bullying and racism. This lesson starter can be used in citizenship and English lessons in Key Stage 3 to discuss the issues around bullying.

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Henry Webster was repeatedly punched, kicked and hit with a hammer in an attack which left him with permanent brain damage. His school was accused of failing to recognise a series of racist incidents prior to the assault.

This secondary classroom resource is designed for Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9 pupils. It can be used as part of the accompanying lesson plan, created for Teachers TV, which includes activities and extension ideas based on this issue.


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This lesson plan for Year 7 , Year 8 and Year 9 pupils is designed to make them think about what bullying is and how, as a school, they can help to prevent it

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