Bullying - Key Stage 1&2
Cyberbullying Guidance - Cyberbullying: Understand, Prevent and Respond. Childnet International have teamed up with a range of experts in this area and with young people to create this guidance for schools. Click on the logo for detailed information on:
- what young people have told us about cyberbullying
- understanding cyberbullying
- preventing cyberbullying
- responding to cyberbullying
- guidance on supporting school staff
DfE - Guidance for Preventing Bullying click on the logo to access guidance on:
- Preventing and tackling bullying
- Cyberbullying: advice for headteachers and school staff
- Advice for parents and carers on cyberbullying
Anti-Bullying Alliance - These resources are designed to support schools with their activities during anti-bullying week. The aims of the week are to highlight how to:
*empower children and young people to celebrate our uniqueness
*highlight the importance of feeling valued
*encourage parents and carers to their children talk about bullying
*enable professionals to celebrate what makes us all different and all equal at the same time
*encourage children to take individual and collective action to tackle bullying
Anti-Bullying Week 2019: Change Starts With Us
Anti-Bullying Week happens in schools across England each November. This year's Anti-Bullying Week had the theme Change Starts With Us and happened from Monday 11th November - Friday 15th November 2019. For full details click here: Anti-Bullying Alliance
Use the free resources in this toolkit to help prevent and tackle bullying in primary schools. We have carefully selected a range of practical, quality-assured resources to use in your classrooms and schools to help stop bullying - and also support those who bully, and are bullied. Click here to download the free resources.
Stand Up to Bullying - some very useful resources and guidance for teachers. Bullying isn’t confined just to the school gates and its victims aren’t limited to young people.
It also exists at home and in our wider communities. And of course, bullying exists online: The result being a constant, and unrelenting attack. Research shows that bullying can have long-lasting and devastating effects.
Your support can help shape attitudes and behaviours early on, ensuring no one should have to suffer the devastating effects of bullying, at any point in their life. We hope you join us in any way you can and #StandUpToBullying For full details click here: Anti-Bullying Alliance
What is sexual bullying? - advice on dealing with sexualised bullying
BIG - The Bullying Intervention Group are one of GHLL's partnerships and have a wealth of resources available from their site
Bullying UK - with information and a Skype facility
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