The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign has teamed up with Vodafone to create Be Strong Online, a new programme to help students explore the digital world.

These brand new resources will cover everything from cyberbullying, gaming and selfies to privacy, apps and social networking. Be Strong Online uses a peer-to-peer approach to empower students and enable them to share knowledge about the digital world with younger students.

The first module in Be Strong Online covers cyberbullying: what it means to be emotionally resilient, supporting friends who may be being cyberbullied, and what it means to be an 'upstander' to bullying. This short, introductory module provides the opportunity for older students to raise awareness of the issue of cyberbullying to younger students, signpost sources of support, and encourage positive online behaviour.

By running Be Strong Online in your school or youth group, you can help students develop a number of skills including public speaking, presentation, and leadership.

1. Click here to download our "Be Strong Online" guide for staff.

2. Click here to download our "Be Strong Online" lesson plan for students.

3. Click here to download our "Be Strong Online" student/parent information sheet.

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