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Anti Bullying Assemblies

10 years 9 months ago #164394 by imaginationplayground
We always loved this video "Break The Chain" even though it's definitely more targeted for parents than kids. Would kids be present in the audience?

11 years 7 months ago #162139 by Kelly Mulloy
Replied by Kelly Mulloy on topic Re:Anti Bullying Assemblies
We are looking into Dave Jack anti bullying.
Happy to see it was good. We agree that so many of the assemblies for bullying are not for the younger age.
Thank you
11 years 8 months ago #161979 by dannyjackson1960
After A LOT of searching -- I found a great anti-bullying assembly here in NJ. It's called Stand up, Step in by David Jack (I think he's based in PA). There's participation and best of all, its age-appropriate for k-6. This show had music, fun but got the important messages across in a memorable way. The site is and the cost was also pretty reasonable. The problem with most of the bullying school assemblies I've found is that they talk about suicide and cyberbullying which is totally not right for elementary kids.
11 years 10 months ago #161558 by Lisa Jones
Replied by Lisa Jones on topic Re:Anti Bullying Assemblies
Try this man: Rich Wieber

Best assembly we have had in years !

Rich has a website.

Good luck

12 years 1 month ago #161059 by questionjourney
As a mom, i feel for my son who was bullied too. As a result, i wrote a special prayer for bullies and those who are bullied at. Please feel free to visit this link
A Prayer for the Bullies
12 years 3 months ago #160368 by sd19565
Replied by sd19565 on topic Re:Anti Bullying Assemblies
One of the most powerful programs we have had at our school was by national speaker John Halligan. His son committed suicide over bullying and cyber bullying. He conducted a middle school and high school presentation and then an evening presentation for parents. You could hear a pin drop during his presentation to the students and there wasn't a dry eye in the parent presentation.
He has been featured on many national programs, including Oprah.

Our school also participates in the Olweus Program, which is supposed to be the #1 Bully Prevention program in the country (or might be the world).
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