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25 Sep, 2020

Assembly, presentations or pledge

  • Start at: 11:50 PM
  • School Yard

Harmony Day falls on or close to the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence each year. Harmony Day also coincides each year with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The day celebrates Australia's cultural diversity and is about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone, themes that link ​directly to the anti-bullying focus of the National Day ​of Action. If your school celebrates Harmony Day, you could make the link for students between the Harmony Day themes and the anti-bullying focus of the National Day of Action. Visit the Harmony Day website for resources for schools such as do-it-yourself downloadable products and education resources.Assembly, presentations or pledge ​Plan for a series of bullying prevention assemblies in the week leading up to the National Day of Action. Different groups of students could lead assembly each day.Invite peer mentors to make presentations about dealing with bullying in the transition to high school. Highlight students' work to the wider community on your website or social media pages. Develop your own school anti-bullying pledge—there are lots of examples online. Involve students in writing the pledge and in encouraging other students to sign on.​

29 Sep, 2020

School policy development or promotion​

  • Start at: 11:50 PM
  • School Doom

Host a community event to share information about the positive action your school is taking in relation to bullying and to build support for the National Day of Action. Place the National Day of Action postcard (PDF, 2.3MB) in local businesses and libraries to promote the event.Write to people in your local community using the NDA 2020 letterhead (DOC, 1.9MB) to invite them to participate in your school event. Options include support agencies, elders, universities, local council and businesses, high profile individuals and local media representatives. Invite students, teachers and parents to each contribute one idea that your school could do to address bullying. Collate all the answers and create a document to be presented to the school on the National Day of Action. Run a whole-school review of your school's anti-bullying policy. Highlight snippets and information from your school's behaviour policy in the school newsletter. Highlight your bullying prevention policy on your school's website. Invite parents and community members to a school breakfast or barbeque and showcase your school's anti-bullying work and programs to promote student wellbeing. Make a school mural of positive messages about students' contributions to making your school safe and supportive. Use an online platform to invite students to complete the sentence 'At [our school] we are taking a stand against bullying and violence by...' Invite parents of young children (3 to 8 years of age) to an information session and discuss the important role of both parents and educators in supporting young children's social and emotional development. Use the information and handouts in Starting in early childhood.

29 Oct, 2020

Performance or creative event

  • Start at: 11:50 PM
  • School Yards

Hold an anti-bullying poetry or short-story writing competition across the school community—compile entries into a special school collection. Download the Bullying. No Way! t-shirt transfer (PDF, 291KB) and organise t-shirts to be made for students and staff.Take an aerial photo of students organised on the school yard or fields to spell out key slogans: 'Bullying. No Way!' or 'Bullying. Not at our school' or 'NO' etc.Hold an anti-bullying poster design or other artwork competition—involve members of the broader community to present prizes. Select a wall in your school where all members of the school community can make an imprint of their hand under the heading 'Take a Stand Together'. Hold a school event on the National Day of Action where students showcase theatre, song, dance or other performances they have developed in class—invite parents and community members. Organise a free dress day with a special feature (e.g. wearing odd socks, a single colour) that symbolises inclusion and diversity in your school community. Write your anti-bullying message in colour chalk on the school yard and create a mass student gathering for a photo. Meet up with other schools in the area to share ideas for a school cluster event. Create a sea of hands each designed by students with their personal anti-bullying message. Set up a string line for students to add a flag with their personal anti-bullying message.

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