Erasmus+ K1 Courses – Stop bullying


DATES:                                          LOCATIONS:                                        DURATION & FEE (per person)

6-10 / 5-11 April, 2020              Warsaw/Poland                                € 350 (5 days) / € 490 (7 days) 

22-26 / 21-27 June, 2020         Tallinn /Estonia                                € 350 (5 days) / € 490 (7 days)

TARGET GROUP: HEI (Higher Education Institutions) staff, school staff (primary and secondary), and staff working in Adult Education Centres

CERTIFICATES: “Certificate of Participant”, “Europass Mobility Certificate”, “Staff Mobility Agreement”, “Invoice”


Bullying in schools is a worldwide problem that can have negative consequences for the general school climate in terms of the right of students to learn in a safe environment without fear. It can dramatically affect the ability of students to progress academically and socially. Therefore, a comprehensive intervention plan is necessary to ensure that all students can learn in a safe and fear-free environment. Initiatives to intervene or prevent bullying behaviors can help the learning environment to be safer. Educators and school staff play a critical role in preventing and intervening in bullying. In doing so, teachers should improve effective approaches for bullying. This course aims to support teachers and school staff with recognizing and preventing bullying to create a more peaceful environment for learning and teaching process.


The course aims to provide teachers with:

  • Understanding the concept of bullying
  • Recognizing bullying behaivor and types of bullying
  • Reasons and consequences of bullying
  • How to prevent and end bullying
  • Creating more peaceful school environment
  • How to empathy with bullies and bullied student
  • Ideas to create strategies about how to deal with bullying
  • An introduction for the techniques and methods
  • How to develop a school policy against bullying
  • The role of teachers and families in preventing bullying
  • Role plays
  • Encouraging students to fight against bullying
  • An opportunity to exchange ideas on the topic and develop links with teachers from other countries.


In the framework of Erasmus Plus Programme, we are going to develop our courses based in both theoretical and practical methodologies. We will focus the problem of bullying and practical ideas for how teachers can prevent bullying and create more peaceful school environment for learning and teaching process. Also, what the most effective teachers are doing in this area will be shared with participants.

PREPARATION:  A detailed questionnaire to indicate teachers’ level of experience, teaching background and their own teaching methods.



  • Welcome meeting. Information about the city and general information about the programme
  • Definition of characteristics and concepts of bullying
  • Understanding cause and effects of bullying
  • Characteristics of bullies and victims
  • Identifying the types of bullying
  • Recognizing bullying behavior
  • How to empathy with bullies and bullied students
  • The role of teachers and families in this issue
  • How to improve their learning process by preventing bullying
  • Sharing experiences and ideas about bullying
  • An introduction for the techniques and methods
  • How to develop a school policy against bullying
  • Role plays about bullying
  • History, models and curricular modifications
  • Providing psychological support to the victims
  • Providing guidance to deal with bullying in school
  • Introducing school policy samples
  • Reading articles on the topic
  • Overview of the course program
  • Evaluation of the course program
  • Filling the feedback forms
  • Europass mobility certificate
  • Ceremony of certificate