It isn’t uncommon to hear someone say something insensitive or mean to someone else. Although these comments or actions are not okay, bullying has some specific features that make it much more serious and harmful.
Have tamariki get creative with this Pink Shirt Day-themed colouring activity.
Celebrate kindness by giving out tear-off compliments to students, hoamahi (colleagues) and friends.
IARERE ĀIO: PERE FT. MOHI
Our Pink Shirt Day waiata, IARERE ĀIO by PERE ft. MOHI, is all about the power of resilience and standing up against bullying. Download the kupu/words and teach it to tauira/students in your next school assembly!
InCommon tamariki quiz
This activity nudges tamariki/children to explore what they have in common with each other, even those they may think are very different to them.
Poster sets – main poster
Te reo Māori and English poster sets to help you promote PSD in your workplace, school or community.
Challenge your workplace, school or kura with the pinkest quiz yet – designed to stimulate discussion around Pink Shirt Day and its’ kaupapa.
Speech bubble photo props – A4
Get creative and have some fun with our Pink Shirt Day photo props.
Use this stencil to make your own t-shirt, posters, or other Pink Shirt Day creations!
T-shirt outline poster
Use this poster to encourage tamariki to get creative and design their own Pink Shirt Day t-shirt!
Everyday Upstander poster helps you promote our key upstander actions in your workplace, school or community.
What to do if an image of you is being shared without your permission
You may have sent a nude or intimate photo, video or text of yourself to someone, and they might share it with others without your consent. This is not your fault and understandably it can be very upsetting for you.