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The aim of this resource is to better inform young people of what’s real and what’s not on social media and to recognise the difference between ‘real life’ and ‘social media life’. This resource is aimed at 11-18 year olds and is ideal for form class registration sessions, or school assemblies.
In this lesson, we’ll watch 3 videos, showing one brief incident between three friends on their walk to school. We’ll see the same incident from each person’s point of view to think about how each of them felt and what they could have done differently. We’ll consider the difference between banter and bullying, think about the role we all play in stopping bullying and learn where to find help, advice and support.
Support Mental Health Awareness Week with this 20 minute teaching resource, ideal for class registration sessions or school assemblies.
No’ means ‘no’, and the absence of a ‘no’ does not mean a ‘yes’! That’s the message we want to share with our ‘Life is not a fairytale’ parody videos. Our aim is to send a strong message about sexual consent.
A video resource for 13-18 year olds. Can be used as part of a discussion around healthy relationship behaviour.
A video resource suitable starting a discussion around online safety with 7 to 11-year-olds. Created with Welsh Government and SchoolBeat.
Meic is the helpline service for children and young people up to the age of 25 in Wales.