Anti-Bullying Week Resources

Anti-Bullying Week 2016 – Duck Duck Goose

Our resources for Anti-Bullying Week 2016 were produced to accompany performances of ‘Duck Duck Goose’ – a verbatim* theatre piece on bullying developed in partnership with Chichester Festival Theatre – which toured schools in West Sussex from 14th – 25th November 2016. It is intended that they can also used by schools and youth organisations who have not seen the play by showing the video/audio clips below alongside use of the resources.

(*Verbatim theatre is a form of documentary theatre in which plays are constructed from the precise words spoken by people interviewed about a particular event or topic. A verbatim script has been generated from anonymous interviews conducted with children, young people, parents/carers, teachers, youth workers and community leaders about their experiences of bullying.)

These resources include 4 PowerPoint presentations that address key themes that appear in the play.

A copy of the script is also included, as well as an information sheet detailing further resources.

We have also made video/audio clips of most of the scenes from the play – these can be accessed on our YouTube channel.

Just click on links below to download each a copy of each resource

We would be pleased to receive any feedback on your use of the resources and video/audio clips. Please contact us.


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Anti-Bullying Week 2015

John Khan, Lead Facilitator at Anti-Bullying Works has written a range of ‘bite size’ lesson plans for Anti-Bullying Week 2015.

Just click on the links below to download each presentation.

Please download both Part 1 and Part 2 below for ‘Bystander Behaviour’

Please download the 4 files below for ‘Celebrating your school core values’

More Anti-Bullying Week Resources

  • The Anti-Bullying Alliance, who co-ordinate Anti-Bullying Week every year in England, have a wealth of resources on their site:

Please Contact Us if we can help in any way
with your plans for Anti-Bullying Week.