Cyberbullying Awareness and Prevention Workshop

cyberbullying workshop

The Anti-Bullying Procedures for Primary and Post-Primary Schools published in 2013 require schools to implement anti-cyberbullying awareness and prevention strategies. In this context, this workshop:

  • Defines cyberbulling.
  • Outlines the extent to which schools are required to deal with incidents.
  • Examines school policy requirements in light of the guidelines issued by the Department of Education and Skills.
  • Demonstrates whole school approaches to preventing cyberbullying.
  • Showcases resources available to deal with the issue of cyberbullying as part of your school’s implementation of the SPHE curriculum.
  • Shares ideas for youth-led interventions in your school.

All workshop participants will be given free education resources to implement anti-cyberbullying strategies in their school: MySelfie Primary Anti-Cyberbullying Teachers’s Handbook, #UP2US Anti-Bullying Kit.

Duration: Flexible delivery of between 45 minutes and 1.30 hours. Differentiated for primary and post-primary audiences.

Audience: School leaders, SPHE teachers at primary and post-primary level, Guidance and Pastoral Carers

Outcomes: Updated school policies, detailed procedures for dealing with incidents, strategies and resources for integrating anti-cyberbullying awareness and prevention into the implementation of the SPHE curriculum in your school. Scripted resources for facilitating information sessions with parents.

Please get in touch using the CONTACT US form at the bottom of the page if you think we could add value to your event. Send us a description of the event you are organising including details of: the venue, proposed date, number and nature of participants, and the purpose of the event. We get a lot of requests to deliver workshops; unfortunately, we don’t have the resources to do them all up. We prioritise opportunities to speak to networks of educators and school leaders.

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