Teacher Professional Development
So what do you do as a parent when your child comes to you with the problem of someone else being bullied, or perhaps they have witnessed some disturbing or upsetting behaviour? Rachel talks about supporting your child through this important stage in their life. Show Less
How can you teach a child the right response to a bully? Rachel talks through practical tips that you can give to children and even role play with them, to deter bullies and nasty behaviour.
If your child is, in fact, being bullied, whether online or in person, what is the next step and how do you go about it in the right way?
So what is a parent to do if the bullying doesn't stop? You've informed the school and are working with your child, but what if this is not enough? Rachel discusses the next steps to take if the bullying is relentless and continues.
Often by the time parents hear about the bullying that has been taken place, it has been going on for quite some time. This can lead to us as parents questioning what we did wrong. Rachel discusses why children don't speak up when they are being subjected to bullying. Show Less
What’s the difference between sex and gender? How do children learn gender stereotypes? Why can gender norms have harmful effects on people’s health and wellbeing? This video answers these questions and more, exploring the influence that gender has on how we live our lives. An informative resource for students learning about inclusivity in Health and Relationships classrooms. Show Less
What do ‘gender identity’, ‘gender expression’ and ‘sexual orientation’ mean? How can we make more inclusive language choices? Does it matter if you don’t get it exactly right? This video answers these questions and more, diving deep into the rapidly evolving language people use to describe their experience of gender and sexuality. An informative resource for students learning about inclusivity in Health and Relationships classrooms. Show Less