This activity is meant to be used to promote community and vulnerability in the classroom, while directly addressing issues such as bullying and broken relationships. Students are able to anonymously answer statements regarding their experience at school. Once students have completed those statements, students will receive someone else's anonymous answers and will be asked to stand for those students when the statement is read.
A more formal guide is included in the activity. But here is an example:
"I have seen other students being bullied this year"
If the paper the student is holding has it checked, he/she will stand.
After the activity is completed, questions are provided for the teacher to generate discussion to work toward reconciliation and solutions.
This activity was very beneficial halfway through the year with 6th graders, but I believe it can be used at any age when the teacher starts to see bullying and other issues affecting the classroom.