What we can do for your students
grow, change and
be confident

Bullyology® prides itself for being an interactive education process to be an Upstander. Students can learn through active discussion and self-reflective activities that not only teach them how to act, but also inspire them to.

Bullyology® takes a thoughtful and proactive approach designed to educate and inspire your students. We begin with 3 simple steps of understanding and mastering Empathy, Ethics and Equality—the fundamental qualities of an Upstander. In doing so, we enable students to understand and respect themselves as well as one another.

Our workshops are designed to encourage and demonstrate self-reflective behaviour as much as they do Upstander behaviour. We strongly believe many problems that we see in the world are due to a lack of knowledge about ourselves and how we think. Hence, we begin these workshops by getting to know our audience and tailor the approach to suit your students’ needs.

Our workshops cover 4 important steps to understanding how to become an Upstander:

1. Boundaries and Respect
2. Bullying and Bystanders
3. Being an Upstander, and
4. Taking Action Bullyology

We give students the tools to grow and change, and the confidence to. With the goal of ‘The Upstander,’ students can begin deciding the role they will play in their lives at home, school and community to be better, more inclusive citizens.

Be an Upstander
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Facts and Figures
Bullying in schools
84%

of students who were bullied online were also bullied in person.

Approximately

one in four

Year 4 to Year 9 Australian students (27%) reported being bullied every few weeks or more often.

Approximately

one in five

young school students reported experiencing online bullying in any one year.

Hurtful teasing

was the most common bullying behaviour reported, followed by
having hurtful lies told about them.

Students often

tell parents

about bullying rather than anyone else.

85%

of bullying interactions, peers are
present as onlookers, and play a central role in the bullying process.

Be an Upstander
The Upstander
become more inclusive citizens

Keynote / Assembly

30-minute presentation 

Action:

AUDIENCE: YEAR 7 – YEAR 12

DELIVERY: Face to Face, Live, or Pre Reordered Webinar

CAPACITY: Up to 120 students

Learning Objective:

– Jessica’s Personal Journey with 3.5 years of bullying

– A glimpse of 21st century challenges that can cause harm including: Bullying, Harassment & toxic online behaviours

– Explore the damaging effects of bullying

– Physical, Psychological & Emotional Harm

– The role of Bystanders vs Upstanders

– Where to get help and support

Be an Upstander

90-minute workshop

action:

AUDIENCE: YEAR 7 – YEAR 12

DELIVERY: Face to Face 

CAPACITY: Up 20 students

Learning Objective:

– Test perceptions about bullying

– What is/isn’t Bullying

– Associated health risks

– Cyberbullying / impacts

– What is an upstander?

– Bystander Vs Upstander

– Resilience & Self reflection

– Upstander Action plan ™

Resources
bullying is everywhere
Bullying in Sport

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