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We’re all a piece in the puzzle, and together we have the power to help keep each other safe and protected from bullying. How can we do this? An amazing place to start is with Anti-Bullying Week's 2020 campaign, United Against Bullying!
As Core Members of the Anti-Bullying Alliance, One Day Creative are here to spread this year’s Anti-Bullying message for KS1 & KS2 pupils. For United Against Bullying, we bring pupils together to develop communication, empathy and support skills. This is achieved through fun activities, designed to get them sharing ideas and working as a team – solving problems, getting creative and celebrating the incredible ways we are all different.
**You can now join us online and browse an exciting digital library of educational videos for primary pupils, including Anti-Bullying workshops. Click here to visit Uno.**
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Creative Play workshops have been designed to maximise participation. Delivered as 1 hour sessions, we can work with up to 4 classes across the school day (maximum 35 pupils participating per session).
A follow-up Resource Pack is also available for this workshop. This pack helps develops pupils’ learning and understanding gained in the United Against Bullying workshop. The range of creative tasks and exercises are designed to build on the content covered, whilst providing the opportunity to explore the theme in more depth.
Tell us more about the issues you’re facing in school in advance of the workshop day so the content we deliver can hit the spot!
"The workshop was completely relevant to our work on anti-bullying... All the activities were brilliant and the children loved them. The activities all suited different types of learners and the children were all fully engaged. Emily was absolutely brilliant. Her behaviour management of the children was fantastic and she held their attention superbly. I honestly can’t think of a way to improve it – it was perfect for our children."
Primary School in Warwickshire