anti-bullying

ANTI-BULLYING 2016

The CoED Foundation is committed to supporting schools in tackling bullying through our Arts and Education programme. We do this as part of the Birmingham Bullying Reduction Action Group for education and we also support the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

We develop theatre and storytelling projects to support schools in engaging pupils to explore, learn about and nurture compassionate minds. Contact us today to engage pupils in our Compassion through Storytelling and Drama projects.

Education and Arts Manager, Rabiyah K Latif to get involved!
Email: rabiyah@coedfoundation.org.uk

Recent Projects

BIRMINGHAM ANTI-BULLYING CONFERENCE FOR EDUCATION 2015
As part of BRAG, we lead on supporting the creative activities during the morning of the conference for pupils. These are theatre based activities that engage pupils to share, discuss and perform messages of anti-bullying to their peers. Pupils from 4 Birmingham schools attended this year. These were Parkfield Community School, Erdington Hall Primary School, Aston Manor Academy and Kingsbury Secondary.

You can watch the clip from the morning here to see how the morning went:

NO OUTSIDERS PROJECT – PARKFIELD COMMUNITY SCHOOL
In October 2015 Parkfield Community School began working with CoEd Foundation. The project was funded by BRAG (Birmingham Bullying Reduction Action Group), Birmingham Pride Community Trust and Parkfield Community School.

The project worked with children in Year 5, delivering workshops over four weeks to explore compassion in Islamic teachings through storytelling. The workshops explored and celebrated how Muslims are required to be respectful, compassionate, tolerant, forgiving, patient, loving and understanding towards fellow humans. The aim was to promote the No Outsiders ethos and community cohesion with a focus on how faith can support all equalities.

Read the project report which has been forwarded as a case study to Stonewall. The report included our Pupil Evaluation.