As part of Safer Internet Day 2009, Cleeve Primary School in Hull created a fantastic film for their pupils to raise awareness of cyberbullying and what you should do if you are or know of someone who is being cyberbullied. The film tells the story of a bystander who notices a girl in her school being both physically bullied and cyberbullied. She makes the decision to tell a teacher what is happening and we see the consequences of her actions. The film includes advice for pupils and provides many opportunities for discussion.
The school has kindly given permission to YHGfL to put the video onto our website so that other schools in the region can benefifit from the messages portrayed in the film.
To check out the video and the accompanying teacher notes go to the YHGfL website The teacher notes were created by Nicola Salmon and trialled by pupils and staff at Riccall Primary School, North Yorkshire.
We hope that schools found this a useful resource during Anti-Bullying Week, but don’t forget this resource can be used to promote anti-bullying in school at any time. Schools will also fi nd it a useful resource to use with pupils and parents during Safer Internet Day 2010 (9 February).
We would just like to say a big thank you to Cleeve Primary School, Hull for making the video and we are delighted that they have shared their work on the YHGfL website for other schools to use.
Watch on line HERE