This primary assembly for Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) focuses on bullying and the consequences

Primary SEAL assembly: The silent bully

Written by Gerald Haigh

Amy knows that another girl in her class is being sent bullying text messages. The problem is that Amy is friends with the group of girls doing the bullying and she doesn’t like their victim very much. Amy describes the choices she has and explains the decision she eventually makes.

The aim of this SEAL assembly is to show children that bullying has consequences for everyone – even those who are not directly involved – and that doing ‘the right thing’ is not always easy.

The ‘things to think about’ section will encourage children in primary schools to think about this bullying scenario, and consider how they would react if in Amy’s situation.

This assembly is an extract from Primary SEAL Assemblies.

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