Parents & SPHE Parents have the primary responsibility for the Social, Personal and Health development of their children. For further information on RSE, Bullying Prevention and Personal Safety, go to the relevant section in ' Resources '.
This two-strand approach enables teachers to address the issue of bullying in schools in an appropriate manner and to resolve any bullying situations that arise by offering a “win-win” outcome to all those involved, whether perpetrator, targeted pupil or observer.
The Second World Anti-Bullying Forum - SPHE Network
Jun 19, 2019 · The Second World Anti-Bullying Forum; Five Nations Network Conference Changing CommunitiesRecognising Schools as Sites of Transformation; SPHE Network Launch Understanding Wellbeing in Changing Timesthe Role of SPHE; The Stubborn Persistence of Racism; Using SPHE and other programmes to learn about lifeBereavement
An Internet Safety Lesson & Resource Pack for SPHE
areas such as the school’s Anti-Bullying Policy and Child Protection Policy will allow the school to deal with any wider issues which may arise following these Internet Safety SPHE sessions. Workshop/Lesson Delivery While the lessons are designed to be used in a classroom suitable for discussion and debate, all offer opportunities to integrate
Lesson 2, What is Cyber Bullying?, looks at exclusion as a form of bullying and gives pupils a chance to empathise with those affected by it. It will also motivate them to act responsibly and intervene in a
the teaching of SPHE. Guidelines have been issued to schools for policy development around substance use, bullying, sexuality (RSE) and personal safety education, all of which fall within the SPHE curriculum. Recent DES circulars (Circulars , 0022/2010 0065/2011 0045/2013, ) have provided further guidance to schools in this area.
Visitors to the SPHE Classroom The trusting relationship and the safe climate facilitated by the SPHE teacher are paramount to the effective delivery of SPHE. Carefully selected outside speakers can complement the work of the SPHE teacher but should never replace it.
bullying experienced by students includedname-calling, physical hurt, threats, being excluded from the peer group, having rumours spread about them, having their belongings taken and experiencing unwanted sexual advances.
Identify the places where bullying can happen thoughtlessly begin to explore how by turning a blind eye to bullying, you become complicit in it discuss the ways in which we can stop bullying and create an anti-bullying culture. Bullying. Everyone knows it’s wrong. Everyone knows that bullies are bad, or sad, and that they need to be stopped.
Jan 19, 2015 · This Primary Anti-Cyber Bullying Teachers’ Handbook is an SPHE resource developed to engage 5th and 6th class primary school students on the topic of cyber bullying. A series of short animations is the centrepiece of the resource.
The topic of this Philosophy Boxes download is ‘Bullying’. It is one of a series of PSHE-P4C sessions designed for KS2-4 PSHE students. The download comprises a P4C lesson/session that can be used multiple times with the same group. The Philoso
Bullying – Drama Workshop on the theme of bullying Sneeze Safe – online interactive games and activities on the correct usage of tissues to prevent the spread of germs Safety Centre – Personal safety worksheets – a series of printable worksheets based on safety in a
Apr 23, 2010 · Bullying pshe 1. PHSE - Friday 23 rd April AimTo know what cyber bullying is and to reflect on your behaviour and practices and know the consequences of cyber bullying and how to stop it.
Learning in SPHE is essentially supported by a positive, empowering whole school environment and relevant school policies/guidelines including RSE, anti-bullying and substance-use policies, and child protection guidelines. This broader context for learning in SPHE helps to
The #Up2Us Anti-Bullying Kit is a resource for Junior Cycle SPHE teachers and students. The aim of the Kit is to empower post-primary students to address bullying, in particular cyber bullying, in their local communities. The resource includes the #Up2Us Teachers’ Handbook which has ten lessons that cover the anti-bullying section of the new Junior Cycle SPHE course.