1. Divide the class into small groups of approximately five children.
2. Describe a school bullying scenario to each group, for example, a child is too afraid to go to school because they are teased by the other children, or a child has his lunch money taken from him on a regular basis.
3. Ask each group to brainstorm what they would do if they were the bullied child. Then ask them to suggest what action they think the child's parent should take, the teacher and what outcome they would expect to see.
4. Get the groups to share their bullying situation and recommended action with the rest of the class.
Children should be encouraged to identify appropriate and realistic action to each school bullying situation. They should identify who they could turn to for help and the outcome they would expect from their adult carers.
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