Act Against Bullying Monologues

The Act Against Bullying Monologues

Since these situational monologues by AAB founder Louise Burfitt-Dons were first published in 2002, hundreds of schools and organisations have found them indispensable in countering bullying and increasing overall empathy among students.  Now we are offering them to you  for free whether you are a teacher, student or someone wanting access to them. We recently added the set scene pieces at the end  to cover social media, cyberbullying, sexting, and parental abuse. All we ask is you sign up to our newsletter and support us where possible with our campaigns.

Why they work

Research shows that certain students will seldom take the initiative to bully others, but will easily ‘go along’ with a group out of fear or disengagement. They are unaware of how their tacit involvement can cause pain not only to the target of bullying but also to themselves. These scene pieces can be most effective in highlighting these issues.

How to Use Them

Read, them, perform them, then discuss them.




Below are a couple of examples performed by a professional actress

Get involved

We’ve made quite a splash with our campaigns. But with your help, we can continue to change social attitudes on bullying and abuse wherever it occurs.

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