A guidance for young people on how to talk about their mental health with others and seek support.
Learn how to intervene in a bullying situation safely without putting yourself at risk.
An overview of reporting methods used in schools to tackle bullying behaviour.
Evidence-based guidance on successful anti-bullying activities from Diana Award partner schools.
How to record bullying behaviour incidents for educators.
Download these pledge cards to use in your Upstander assembly.
1. Teach others what it means to be an Upstander
2. To support people to become Upstanders
A session plan for Anti-Bullying Ambassadors to deliver the 'How to become an Upstander' assembly.
Ideas to run a ‘Feel Good Friday’ event like a pro!
This Banter vs. Bullying poster can be displayed around school.
A lesson plan that is designed to be delivered by young people for young people.
Learn the difference between reporting and snitching and how to respond to bullying in the right way
Deliver creative campaigns to engage peers and spread positivity in the school community.
Ideas from The Diana Award team for talking to your peers about mental wellbeing.
Learn what to do if your Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are being teased or bullied for what they do.
Learn about the importance of community and fundraising work in a successful anti-bullying campaign.
Learn how to promote your Anti-Bullying Ambassadors' work with this helpful guide.
This step by step guide explores different types of peer support and how to set one up.
A pack full of ideas for young people and staff to fundraise for good causes.
This short guide provides top tips for providing peer support in your school.
The guide outlines the benefits of peer mentoring and how to set one up for young people.
A useful guide on how to stay safe on Facebook. Supported by Facebook.
Introduce the concept of being an Upstander to students in a fun and safe environment.
Explore the impact of bullying behaviour in a fun and safe environment.
Explore our top tips on how to grow your Anti-Bullying Ambassador team.
Explore our top tips on how to include teachers and school staff in your anti-bullying campaign.
A guide which explores the reasons why some people may display bullying behaviour towards others.
A word-sorting activity to run with students on what makes a positive or unhealthy relationship.
Explore what stereotypes are and how tackle stereotyping in your school.
Explores the reasons why some people may display bullying behaviour towards others.
The link between self-esteem and bullying behaviour and how we can actively develop our self-esteem.
Find some ideas for how to maintain your friendships during social distancing measures in school.
Explore the ways in which your school can promote Inclusivity through peer-led activities and ideas.
Develop your teamwork by choosing roles in your Anti-Bullying Ambassador team.
This resource explores ways to educate your peers about diversity in school.
Learn different ways that you can be an Upstander when you see cyberbullying behaviour
Learn how to make your anti-bullying campaign a success
Refresh your knowledge on bullying behaviour and learn more about how to tackle it
Explore some practical solutions on what to do if bullying behaviour is impacting your mental health
Explore how to beat your nerves when it comes to public speaking
Explore how you might support someone experiencing bullying behaviour
Explore the 3 different types of bullying behaviour and discuss how to best support students.
Learn what you can do if you are experiencing racism bullying.
Find suggested posts and supporting graphics in our campaign pack.
This quick worksheet introduces primary school students to the concept of respect.
Letter to a Headteacher
Get creative with this activity that explores your student’s support network.
Download and print your pledge sheets.
Supported by Nationwide. A support document for parents/carers on all things Anti-Bullying.
Learn what bullying behaviour is and how Anti-Bullying Ambassadors help to tackle it.
This resource offers advice for primary and secondary age students going back to school.
Let everyone in school knows that your school is taking part in ‘The Big Anti-Bullying Assembly'.
Top tips for managing your own wellbeing after COVID-19.
A guide of ideas on how to support new Year 7s in your secondary school.
Struggling with your mental health during lockdown? Here’s how to get some support.
Persuade your local school to sign up for Anti-Bullying Ambassador training.
This is a PowerPoint template for newly trained Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.
This poster informs other students that their school has Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.
Learn about the main terms and conditions on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok and Twitter.
This resource is packed with ideas on how to earn additional badges during lockdown.
Explore online pressures and their effect on identity-forming in young people. Supported by Facebook
A guide packed full of ideas on virtual transition day activities. Supported by Facebook.
A guide packed full of ideas on how to support new Year 7s in your secondary school.
An overview of transphobic bullying behaviour and how to challenge and prevent this behaviour.
An overview of homophobic and biphobic bullying behaviour and how to challenge and prevent this.
Use this guide to develop your school’s curriculum to include LGBTQ+ representation.
Building your school’s student-friendly Anti-Bullying policy. Supported by Facebook.
A session to help students understand the pressures of growing up online. Supported by ASKfm.
A timeline of appropriate milestones for kids to engage with tech. Supported by Facebook.
Advice and a behaviour calendar for family relationships between siblings. Supported by Zurich.
An activity to explore key anti-bullying terms and definitions. Supported by DfE.
Explore the concepts of stress and resilience with this resource. Supported by Facebook.
Understanding gender identity and sexual orientation for secondary students. Supported by DfE.
Raise awareness and tackle bullying behaviour from home. Supported by Facebook.
Explore LGBTQ+ terms & definitions with students, school staff & family members. Supported by DfE.
Explore the pressures that come with being connected to the online world. Supported by Facebook.
The internet is full of helpful information, news and advice. Supported by Facebook.
Explore the concept of digital wellbeing and how to manage screen time. Supported by Facebook.