We teach bullying prevention skills using interactive games and talk show-style discussion.
We model the skills by showing a short, relevant film.
Students practice the skills by coming onstage with our actors and helping to resolve real-life conflicts.
Role-playing is the perfect way to teach students about bullying prevention, because it allows kids to practice solving real-life problems without real-life consequences. Our Real Life Drama assemblies adapt role-playing to large groups, so that we can impact a whole gym full of students at once!
Two adult actors present scenes that set up conflicts between bullies and their victims.
At the climactic moment when the bully decides whether or not to do something mean, the scene freezes.
A student has the opportunity to take the place of one actor and bring about a successful conclusion.
When students get real-life practice in stopping bullies through role-playing, we believe it will make a real-life difference for them at school!