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Friendship Flower Activity Resource

At BulliesOut, we integrate practical, interactive activities into our workshops as we find them to be a powerful component that helps foster a safe, caring and respectful learning environment. These activities often provide pupils with empathy, insights into their behaviour and problem-solving strategies, as well as building a positive teamwork and community ethos.

This art based, interactive, educational activity is designed for Key Stage 1 and 2 students and has been created to help you encourage your pupils to explore the importance of friendship and inclusion and to understand how sad and lonely isolation can make a person feel. In addition to developing independence and responsibility through play, building a ‘Friendship Garden’ will help your pupils understand the huge impact that they can achieve by being kind, working together and including others.

To purchase this item, please contact us.

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At BulliesOut, we integrate practical, interactive activities into our workshops as we find them to be a powerful component that helps foster a safe, caring and respectful learning environment. These activities often provide pupils with empathy, insights into their behaviour and problem-solving strategies, as well as building a positive teamwork and community ethos.

This art based, interactive, educational activity is designed for Key Stage 1 and 2 students and has been created to help you encourage your pupils to explore the importance of friendship and inclusion and to understand how sad and lonely isolation can make a person feel. In addition to developing independence and responsibility through play, building a ‘Friendship Garden’ will help your pupils understand the huge impact that they can achieve by being kind, working together and including others.

To purchase this item, please contact us.

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