Presentation on theme: "Sticks and Stones Read the story. Objectives Pupils will know and understand: Name calling can be bullying. How being bullied can make someone feel. There."— Presentation transcript:
Sticks and Stones Read the story
Objectives Pupils will know and understand: Name calling can be bullying. How being bullied can make someone feel. There are ways to try and deal with bullying. Next slide
Teaching Notes Next slide This resource aims to promote discussion about bullying. It follows the story of Luke and how he is bullied through name calling. You will need to set your whiteboard to interactive as there are slides available to write down children's ideas. You can read straight through the story or choose to discuss the story and make notes. These navigation buttons will direct you through the story
Luke was happily walking to school minding his own business whistling as he went. Suddenly he heard someone shout “Get out of my way Pee Wee!” As he turned around he saw Kevin, the biggest boy in school, racing towards him on his skateboard. Luckily he leapt out of the way just in time to avoid being knocked over. Move Pee Wee! Find out what happened next
On his way home Luke saw Kevin with his dog waiting on the corner. Luke kept walking and hoped for the best. “Hey Shrimp, what’s it like down there,” laughed Kevin. “You are the most pathetic excuse for a boy I have ever seen.” What could Luke do now? Click to write down your ideasFind out what happened next
What could Luke do now? Return to story What might happen if Luke does this?
Luke ran home as quickly as he could just hoping that Kevin or his dog wouldn’t chase him. When he got home he went into his bedroom and sat alone, quietly wondering why Kevin was being so mean to him. Click to write down your ideasFind out what happened next How do you think Luke is feeling, sitting in his room?
What do you think Luke might be thinking about, how might he be feeling? Return to story
The next day Luke spent all day trying to stay away from Kevin. Unfortunately he only managed to do it until lunch time…….. Find out what happened next
“You’re so small and scrawny I could squash you and feed you to my dog Tyson. Where do you buy your clothes, the baby section?” laughed Kevin. Luke tried to hold back the tears but eventually they began to trickle down his cheeks. Find out what happened next
As his alarm went off the next morning Luke rubbed his eyes and wished he didn’t have to go to school. “I could tell mum that I’m not very well, maybe she will let me stay home,” he thought. Click to write down your ideasFind out what happened next What do you think would happen if Luke doesn’t go to school today?
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“I’m sorry Luke but you don’t seem that ill to me. You shouldn’t take time off school unless you are really ill,” said Mrs Thomas. “Should I tell mum about Kevin?” thought Luke. Don’t tell mum Could mum help me? Tell mum
How do you think the story will end if Luke doesn’t tell his mother? Return to story The end
Luke told his mother everything that had happened. He told her all of the nasty things that Kevin had said and that he was afraid to go to school. Find out what happened next
Luke’s mum said to Luke that she thought the names Kevin had called him were silly names. “Shrimp, is that the best he can do?” giggled Luke’s mum. Find out what happened next Luke started to laugh too, as he thought about what Kevin had said. “Feed me to his dog, what a ridiculous idea” chuckled Luke.
The next day when Kevin started to say mean things Luke didn’t start to cry. Instead he thought about how silly Kevin was and began laughing. Kevin tried again but Luke just laughed even harder. Find out what happened next Kevin finally got bored with Luke laughing at him and just carried on walking to school.
The end Luke enjoyed going to school again. Back to tell mum or not