Anti-Bullying Campaign

 

At Franklin Family Karate, we talk a lot about bullying in every class. We have students create anti-bullying posters that we hang up at the school. Some of the posters are “respect” posters, while other types of posters were designed to create a pledge to stop bullying. The students used magazines, markers, pencils, pens, paint, and other materials to create the posters. We also posted the top 5 posters on the Franklin Family Karate Facebook page. Some of the students even created videos about bullying.  The students did this either by themselves, or with a group of students. It is always great to see what the students come up with, and it's a fun way to drive home how important the anti-bullying campaign is. Here is also a link about bullying of children with Cerebral Palsy. You should never bully anyone who is different from you, it doesn't matter what disability that they have. Instead of bullying someone, find some similarties between you both, and go from there. You will always have something in common with them. Here is the website:  https://www.cerebralpalsyguidance.com/cerebral-palsy/living/bullying/

 

BULLYING FACTS: 


~ Every 7 minutes, a child is bullied

~ 85% of the time, there is no intervention

~ Each day, 160,000 students miss school due to bullying

~ By age 24, 60% of bullies have been charged with a crime

~ 34% (1 OUT OF 3) of all children report being bullied, several times a year

~ 86% of children aged 12-15 report bulling has interfered with their studies moderately or severely

 

THE 4 TYPES OF BULLYING

 

~ VERBAL: Name-calling and/or teasing

~ INDIRECT/SOCIAL:  Lying and spreading rumors, intentionally leaving others out of activities on purpose, breaking up friendships, mean looks or gestures.

~ PHYSICAL: This traditional form of bullying involves acts of intending physical harm. Hitting/striking, pushing/shoving, grabbing, knocking down/tripping

~ CYBER: This method of bullying involves using the internet, texting, email, and other digital technologies to threaten and harm others. 

 

 

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25 Kenwood Cir
Franklin, Ma 02038

Phone: 508-520-3807

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