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Visit our Facebook Resource Hub for online safety videos and lesson plans

Check out our ASKfm website with free downloadable resources on cyberbullying and online anonymity

Check out our ASKfm website with free downloadable resources on cyberbullying and online anonymity


Download free Body Confidence and Self-Esteem teaching resources

Download free Body Confidence and Self-Esteem teaching resources

Find out about our Anti-Bullying partnership with Trutex

Find out about our Anti-Bullying partnership with Trutex


Download free SEL and Peer Support resources

Download free SEL and Peer Support resources


Download Be Strong Online - a FREE peer-to-peer training resource on cyberbullying

Download Be Strong Online - a FREE peer-to-peer training resource on cyberbullying



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KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE IN EDUCATION_ CONSULTATION RESPONSE

The Department for Education is proposing revisions to the statutory guidance Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) and is consulting on this as well as the new non-statutory advice on sexual harassment and violence between children in schools and colleges.
 

Changes to the teaching of Sex and Relationship Education and PSHE – The Diana Award’s response

The Department for Education is exploring the current provision of PSHE and SRE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic education and Sex and Relationship Education) lessons in schools and how these subjects can be improved to adequately equip young people for life in the modern world.

A Q&A WITH DR LINDA PAPADOPOULOS - CROWDSOURCING IDENTITY

The Diana Award asked young people from our National Anti-Bullying Youth Board to list their top questions about the online world. We posed these to psychologist and author Dr Linda Papadopoulos to get her advice.