ISBN: 9781909380905

Homophobic Bullying Discussion Cards


Help young people explore the sensitive area of homophobic bullying with this set of discussion cards

ISBN: 9781909380905
SKU: 9781909380905


More than half of lesbian, gay and bisexual students have experienced bullying in school. It is an issue many teachers and educators find difficult to address and it can affect this group of students in their schoolwork and everyday life, leading to bullying, self-harm or depression. This set of discussion cards covers the topics of:

  • Feelings
  • Emotions
  • Stereotyping
  • Physical bullying
  • Emotional bullying
  • Sexual harassment
  • Ridicule
  • Low self-esteem

The cards can be used in a range of educational situations, either as a paired activity with a small group or with a whole class.

Ages 11-16

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70 worry cards, 7 solution cards, teachers’ notes – all in a sturdy metal tin



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