Bullying Lesson Plans Grade 6



Region of Peel Lesson Plans 


These lesson plans are intended to be used in schools as one part of a comprehensive approach to bullying prevention.


There are 10 lesson plans – one for each month of the school year. The order was based on logical progression, teacher experience and evaluation. The goal is to have all teachers use the lesson plans so every student in the school receives the same messages about bullying prevention.


A key message is identified for each month. In a comprehensive approach, these key messages become the focus for school wide activities, bulletin boards, announcements, parent communications and monthly assemblies. 



everyone has the right to be safe at school 


bullying is not acceptable  


everyone needs to learn to live in peace


we all want to feel included 


conflict is inevitable, bullying is not


telling an adult about bullying is not tattling


bullying can be stopped


if you're not part of the solution, you are part of the problem


bullying is NOT a normal part of growing up


it's important to communicate well

50 ideas for Anti-Bullying Week
The Anti-Bullying Alliance presents a series of suggested activities for Anti-Bullying week. Many of these activities have been suggested by children and young people, and can be led and organised by them. Other ideas have come from the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Select, adapt and build on the activities most appropriate for the children and young people with whom you work. Work with children and young people on all the suggested activities. Ask everyone to come up with their own idea! 


50 Ideas for Anti-Bullying Week 

All Different, All Unique
Member States of UNESCO unanimously adopted the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity in 2001. This is a version of the text that has been developed by and for young people around the world. 
All Different, All Unique 
Assessment Toolkit: Bullying, Harassment and Peer Relations at School
This free 170 page kit has been designed for teachers, school administrators, and ministries of education to provide a standard way to measure the nature and prevalence of school peer relationship problems, standards for quality programs, and a common set of tools to assess the impact of school-based programs. It was developed in partnership with the Canadian Initiative for the Prevention of Bullying (National Crime Prevention Centre) 
Assessment Toolkit – Bullying, Harassment and Peer Relations 
Children’s Rights: A Teacher’s Guide
This guide will give you the tools you need to introduce rights education into your classroom. As well as practical information about children’s rights and their importance to well-governed societies, the guide contains ideas about how you can introduce the topic into your school curriculum and incorporate rights into your normal teaching practice. Developed by Save the Children Canada. 


Children’s Rights: A Teacher’s Guide 

Finding New Words: A Resource for Addressing Bullying at School
This resource provides a series of exercises for teachers and a lesson plan for students to more effectively address bullying by taking a stand, telling the truth, and building a stronger community at school. From www.racebridgesforschools.com 


Finding New Words Resource 

Lift Off – Human Rights Curriculum from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
Lift Off is the second in the series of Lift Off materials, which have been developed for use in the primary school classroom to promote understanding and respect for human rights. It has been written for 8-10 year old children by a team of experienced and practising teachers from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.



Lift Off


(see also Peace Building)

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