RALLY empowers students to create a culture that challenges bullying, online and in person. Students are equipped with socially credible strategies to take action and unite together, instead of standing by.
The big idea: “Every single one of us can choose to be part of the solution when it comes to tackling bullying, even in the smallest and simplest ways.”
RALLY covers topics including:
- uniting against (cyber)bullying
- reflecting on past behaviour
- overcoming risks to stand up instead of standing by
- socially credible strategies
1. Students have a shared understanding of bullying in its various forms, including online, verbal, physical and relational.
2. Students have built literacy about why bullying happens and empathy for those it impacts.
3. Students have reflected on the role they’ve previously played in bullying situations and are equipped with strategies to safely intervene instead of standing by watching.
To ensure the most impactful and engaging workshops for your students, all PROJECT ROCKIT workshops require the following essential venue and tech requirements to be met without exception:
Essential venue and tech requirements:
- Large projector or screen with VGA/HDMI input that can be seen clearly by every student
- Adequate sound or speakers provided
- Individual chairs for every student
- Two roaming microphones (only for groups of 80+ students)
- Active staff supervision
Suitable workshop spaces:
- An auditorium or theatre space
- School hall
- Multi-purpose room
- BER building
- Double classroom
Unsuitable workshop spaces:
- Basketball courts
- Shared spaces with noisy thoroughfare
- Spaces where students are seated on the floor
- Outdoor spaces