Anti-Bullying at Schools


Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behaviour among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behaviour is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Despite repeated European and country initiatives, bullying in schools remains a persistent problem recognised by the United Nations as a major factor in damaging the wellbeing and overall attainment of children and young people, including absence from school. Although there is variation between countries, on average across Europe approximately 40% of children and young people experience being bullied in school. New forms of bullying through social media are adding to the problem which has a long term psycho-social effect and is a major cause of teenage suicide.

Target Audience

School Education Teachers


Standard Program


  • Introduction and ice-breaking
  • Needs analysis,
  • Bullying phenomenon: The Different Types of Bullying at School



  • Role identification: 1. The child is a victim of bullying – Profile/ 2. The child who bullies – Profile/ 3. The role of the children who observe/ 4. The role of the teachers
  • The cycle of violence:
  • Roleplaying: (Bullying scenarios)
  • Case Studies and Group discussions



  • Bullying trends: Bullying and cyberbullying
  • Understanding cyber safety, cyberbullying and cyber wellness
  • Roleplaying: (Bullying scenarios)
  • Case Studies and Group discussions



  • Holistic approach: engaging the whole community, parents, teachers, young people and other stakeholders alike
  • Role of psychological consultants to Prevent Bullying
  • Symptoms of Victims and identification



  • Role of parents
  • Group discussion
  • Social and emotional skill development
  • Summary and course evaluation
  • Feedback & certificates
  • Cultural excursion


Note: We organize cultural tours according to the demands of the group.

Note 2: We are flexible on making changes on the program according the demands of the group. This is a standard 1-week course. We can reduce it to 2 days and increase to 2 weeks.