This PowerPoint template can be used by Anti-Bullying Ambassadors to teach their peers about what it means to be an Upstander. Supported by Facebook.
1. Explain what bullying behaviour is and the 3 different types
2. Explain the difference between a Bystander and an Upstander
3. Describe how to be an Upstander and how to support someone
4. Get students to write their own Upstander pledge
A session plan for Anti-Bullying Ambassadors to deliver the 'How to become an Upstander' assembly.
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