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At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

Understand and discuss bullying, its forms and effects. Identify and enumerate the roles and responsibilities of the school in preventing bullying. Develop and implement preventive measures to address bullying

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1. Divide participants into 5 groups 2. Request a representative from each group to pick one case from 5 scenarios 3. Discuss the case in 10 minutes 4. Answer the guide questions in 5 minutes. 5. Present the output in 3 minutes.

Activity 1: Case Analysis

Case 1:

Nicole is a 15 year old young lady. Her classmate Sheila always pulls her long and shiny hair. Nicole told Sheila to stop but the latter continues to do it. As a result, Nicole got upset and does not want to go to school anymore because of embarrassment.

Case 2:

Samantha has a purely dark skin because of her complexion her classmates teased her, that people with dark skin has bad odor and usually possess some virus. She cried because shes helpless and nobody helped her. She feels weaker and anxious.

Case 3:

Joshua always hears bad remarks because of his old style of dressing. His clothes are out of fashion because of poverty. His classmates give him some funny name calling. Other classmates would laugh at it most of the time. He feels more rejected and humiliated every time this happens.

Case 4: As Darlene is getting on the hallway. Amy sticks out her foot and trips her. Darlene stumbles and almost falls while Amy is heard saying loudly to a friend, Darlene is so fat she cant fit down the aisle. Darlene is still standing in the aisle and its clear that shes about to cry. As Amy and her friends are doubled up with laughter.

Case 5: Mario is a grade VII student. Every time he reports in class a group of students interrupts him, tells him you have the wrong information. Mario feels disappointed and wanted to go back to the province.

Guide Questions:
1. How do you feel after reading the case?

2. What forms of bullying did you identify? 3. What would you do as the teacher? 4. What do you think are the roles and responsibilities of the school in preventing bullying? 5. What do you think are some effective preventive measures for bullying?

1. What were common in the cases presented? 2. What were your insights and realization from the given cases? 3. How would you connect the learning with your role in the school?


refers to willful aggressive behavior that is directed, towards a particular victim who may be: outnumbered, younger, weak, with disability, less confident or otherwise vulnerable

Refers to willful aggressive behavior that is directed, often, repeatedly, towards a particular victim who may be: out-numbered younger differently abled less psychologically confident or otherwise vulnerable

A form of violence defined as repeated and systematic harassment and attacks on others

Is essentially intimidating people perceived as weak or weaker, than the bully, which is characterized by a pattern of behavior rather than an isolated event which makes it distinct from other forms of violence

Forms of Bullying
Physical Bullying- Any unwanted, hurtful and sudden physical contact between the bully and the victim, with the victim having no means to defend themselves.

Forms of Bullying
Psychological Bullying- Any act that causes damage to a victims psyche and/or emotional wellbeing and any similar acts that create adverse impact on the psychological well-being of the victim.

Forms of Bullying
Sexual Bullying- The act that embarrass, annoy, irritate, threat and torment the mind of the child, which results in an intimidating, hostile or offensive environment for the child.

Forms of Bullying
Emotional Bullying- An act that causes the victim undue emotional distress like directing foul language or profanity at the target.

Forms of Bullying
Cyber Bullying- any conduct
resulting in harassment, intimidation or humiliation through electronic means or other technology such as, but not limited to texting, email, instant messaging, chatting, internet, social networking website or other platforms or format.

Preventive Measures:
Integration of education sessions on bullying and positive discipline in the initiatives of Parent-Teachers Associations (PTAs) Formation of support groups among teaching staff, and parents and caregivers. Include bullying in the homeroom discussion.

Preventive Measures:
Encouraging and supporting student-led initiatives to raise awareness on childrens right, bullying, and positive discipline Setting up child-friendly mechanisms for obtaining childrens views and participation in the formulation, monitoring and assessment of school rules and policies related to student discipline. Organize peer education in school

Preventive Measures:
Organize Child Protection Policy in school Set up child protection corner


Group yourselves by division and come up with your best practices in handling the cases of bullying in the context of DepEd No. 40, s. 2012.

Golden Rule

Treat others how you want to be treated.

DepEd Order No. 40, s. 2012 Plan International-Video Presentation World Reports Towards A Child-Friendly Education Environment Quezon City School-Based CPP Quezon City Ordinance No.SP2157,2012

Good Luck!