Here at Storyboard That, we believe every student should have the right to a quality education, free of intimidation. We have found that by using storyboards to create role-playing scenarios, students can better see the effects and characteristics of bullying. Through interactive lessons, you can help change student mindsets from “bullying is a problem” to “bullying is a problem, and I can do something about it”.
Four actions students can take to stop bullying today.
I haven't been feeling safe around here anymore..
Why not? What's wrong? Tell me, I am here to listen.
… you are perfect the way you are. It's the person who is bullying you who needs help.
Bullying is not a victim-less crime; know that your efforts can make a positive impact. If you are able to help someone deal with bullying, you will have done a wonderful act of kindness for a friend, acquaintance, or stranger.
Principal Ross, I need to speak with you. My friend is being bullied, but he doesn't want you to know.
Let the person who has been bullied speak.
Tell the person who has been bullied that it's not their fault, and they did not do anything to bring on this behavior.
Get and give advice, talk about ways to proceed, what steps you should take, and be sensible.
Inform the school, or in extreme cases, call the police.