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 include parents in your school’s anti-bullying work.
Explore our top tips on how to grow your Anti-Bullying Ambassador team skills.
Find out everything you need to know about leading an Anti-Bullying Ambassador team in your school.
Explore our top tips on how to get SLT on board with your school’s anti-bullying work.
Explores the reasons why some people may display bullying behaviour towards others.
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 to ensure a whole-school approach and outline practical steps
Best practices to rewrite your school’s anti-bullying policy
Explore the difference between ‘bullying behaviour’ and ‘banter’.
Explore how you can play a vital role in supporting your students’ wellbeing when online
Explore the various online platforms and build your confidence and skills to tackle cyberbullying.
Printable poster promoting the Crisis Messenger service for young people to access 24/7 (UK only).
This resource provides information on how to teach children about racism.
Find suggested posts and supporting graphics in our campaign pack.
Letter to a Headteacher
A guide of ideas on how to support new Year 7s in your secondary school.
Supporting your child with the return to school after COVID-19.
Persuade your local school to sign up for Anti-Bullying Ambassador training.
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.
A guide on how to address bullying behaviour cooperatively with your child’s school.
Learn about the most common signs to look out for if you suspect your child may be being bullied.
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.
This poster provides a step by step guide to how to respond when your student comes out.
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.
An activity to explore key anti-bullying terms and definitions. Supported by DfE.
Helping parents understand the pressures their children may experience when growing up online.
Explore the concepts of stress and resilience with this resource. Supported by Facebook.
An introduction for parents on the link between mental health and bullying. Supported by Facebook.
Understanding gender identity and sexual orientation for primary students. Supported by DfE.
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.
Finding out your child is experiencing bullying behaviour can be upsetting. 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.