Imagine a world free from bullying
The Imagine 'My world' poster activity provides students with an opportunity to think about their world and present ideas about how they can work together to create a world free from bullying. It is also a great way to capture your school community's ideas for a world without bullying.
This activity encourages expressive design and gives students the chance to present ideas and concepts about what a world without bullying would look like.
The 'My world' poster activity can be adapted for different year levels and be expanded to include different categories. Poster categories may include: drawings, paintings, digital graphics, multi-media, collage, photos or video production.
Imagine the possibilities
The 'Imagine a world free from bullying' downloadable materials can be adapted to suit your school.
Here are some questions to get your school thinking about a world free from bullying when they are creating posters.
- What would a world without bullying look like?
- How would it look different?
- How could we make a world without bullying?
- What things in the world would need to change?
- What role do you play? What role does community play?
- What actions do we need to take to create a safe world?
- Why do we need to work together against bullying?
- What would your school look like if there was no bullying?
- What would the playground look like when there is no bullying?
Share your big ideas
Showcase your students' artwork by displaying a gallery of posters. Get students talking about the concepts being presented and celebrate all the wonderful contributions. Remember it starts with an idea and turns into something big.
- Host an exhibition for your school and make Imagine your theme for the day. Invite community members to visit.
- Create a class project (all students contributing to one piece) and share these other classes. The library is a great place to display these projects.
Present all contributions of the 'My world' poster activity – No idea is too small. Remember it starts with an idea and turns into something big.
Schools can use the ideas generated from the 'My world' poster activity Imagine activities as the starting point for a school action plan. The Putting big ideas into action workshop helps schools to focus the ideas to develop and implement a bullying prevention plan or policy.