What we do School Programs School Programs Bully Zero delivers evidence-based bullying prevention workshops to schools across Australia. Our evidence-based-practice model consists of research, practitioner wisdom, family experience and insights, enquiry, application, analysis, feedback and much more. Our programs have been created in conjunction with educators and reviewed by peers, psychologists, and counsellors, which is an ongoing development process. Part of our standard practice is to ask schools and community, for feedback, also collecting data and survey responses after our program delivery. This process helps us to continually grow and develop, keeping our finger on the pulse, and in tune with the needs of the school community. We source government statistics and information backed by the eSafety Commissioner, that we analyse, appraise, and apply where appropriate into our programs. Bully Zero is endorsed as a Trusted eSafety Provider by the eSafety Commissioner. The Trusted eSafety Provider Program is designed to give schools confidence that Bully Zero meets eSafety’s online safety education standards. Trusted eSafety Providers are endorsed by eSafety only after demonstrating capability, experience and evidence-based online safety content. Bully Zero Bullying prevention programs can be presented online or a face to face workshop or assembly depending on he number of participants. School Workshops New Beginnings (NEW WORKSHOP) This program is designed to support year 6 & 7 students transitioning from primary school to high school, with the aim to help and support them through the uncertainty and challenges such as bullying that may arise during this period. AUDIENCE: Grade 6 & 7 DELIVERY: Face to Face or Live Webinar CAPACITY: Up to 100 students Understanding Bullying Young people are provided with evidence-based information on bullying, the different types of bullying and its impact on young people. Participants are also taught a variety of strategies to help them assess and respond to bullying situations, whilst also identifying and understanding the role of bystanders. AUDIENCE: PREP – YEAR 12DELIVERY: Face to Face or Live Webinar CAPACITY: Up to 100 students SafetyNet Young people are provided with information about cyberbullying and online safety. This includes learning about what cyberbullying is how it can be recognised. It also provides practical opportunities to build skills that will help young people develop personal strategies to protect themselves online. AUDIENCE: YEAR 4 – YEAR 12DELIVERY: Face to Face or Live Webinar CAPACITY: Up to 100 students Resilience The focus of this session is on individual ownership of behaviours through the development of fundamental emotional intelligence of students. Young people will be supported and empowered to recognise the impact of their choices on both themselves and others. AUDIENCE: YEAR 7 – YEAR 12DELIVERY: Face to Face or Live Webinar CAPACITY: Up to 100 students It takes a village The session is aimed at Teachers and Parents and recognises the importance of the whole school community coming together to help recognise and prevent all types of bullying. The session provides understanding of bullying behaviours, how to recognise it and how to prevent it and manage it. AUDIENCE: Parents & Teachers DELIVERY: Face to Face or Live Webinar CAPACITY: Up to 100 Getting Workforce Ready - Workplace Bullying This session focuses on preparing young people transitioning to the workplace. It will improve awareness and capacity for preventing and responding to bullying issues in the workplace and improve knowledge and understanding of support pathways for employees regarding workplace bullying. AUDIENCE: 16 – 24 Year Olds (Grade 10 – 12 & Tertiary Education) DELIVERY: Face to Face or Live Webinar CAPACITY: Up to 100 students Get in touch and make a booking Thank you again for the excellent bullying presentation for our Year 12 VCAL class. We have completed some excellent work and had some incredibly beneficial discussions as a result. As a teacher, it feels wonderful to know this is something the students are aware of and understand how to handle as they enter out the work force. I really hope to work with yourself and the Bully Zero team again in the near future.