These videos offer advice and tips on what to do if you are being bullied. Put these videos on your screens to offer peer to peer advice about what to do, not only if you’re being bullied, but if you see bullying as well. Cyber Bullying We all know that unfortunately, bullying can reach young people 24 hours a day via social media. This can be particularly upsetting and have a negative effect on mental health and well being. These videos teach young people how to be safe online, report any bullying they see and speak to an adult if they are being bullied online. FrenemiesToday is #StandUpToBullying day. Bullying is a subject which Anomaly takes very seriously. According to a BBC report, children who are bullied can still experience negative effects on their physical and mental health more than 40 years later – that’s why we are determined to help schools and young people to tackle bullying with the use of our Anomaly screens. We have a comprehensive library full of content to help, advise and encourage young people to stand up to bullying. Live Action content. Live Action content
As well as traditional advice videos about ‘typical’ bullies, we have a piece of content about bullies disguised as friends. These kinds of bullies aren’t always obvious to young people but this video gives some signs to look out for.
More content is constantly being added around this subject and you can find any current content available on the Anomaly Content Manager by simply searching ‘bullying’.
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In addition to our top tips, we also have videos which aid teachers and parents in helping young people deal with bullying. Sometimes young people don’t realise when they are bullying someone or being bullied. This could then lead to a lack of understanding of what is wrong with certain situations. Encouraging engagement between children and parents should be a top priority. If children say that they are experiencing persistent name calling or teasing, which is making them upset, this is a form of bullying.
It’s important to express to children what bullying is and how this can happen. It is important to encourage young people to speak up when they are feeling down as there may be a cause to the problem that they are facing. Below you will find a video that was produced by Anomaly in relation to bullying and how you can prevent it from happening in your school. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueUAqk8r-yo
Anomaly takes bullying very seriously and this is why we have custom content which aims to help young people in schools. Why not take a look at the Anomaly Content Manager and all the content we have on display? In addition to these videos we are committed to customer service and if you are struggling with finding any content we can produce content specifically for your issue.
If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter | Facebook