Develop your listening skills to support your work as an Anti-Bullying Ambassador.
A worksheet exploring the difference between snitching and reporting for primary school children.
This activity prompts students to discuss the different influences on our identities.
Learn about different scenarios to lead discussions about bullying behaviour and being an Upstander.
This resource is for parents/carers who are worried their child is experiencing bullying behaviour.
Fun and interactive workshops for your students to learn how to stand up to bullying.
Top tips to help Anti-Bullying Ambassadors tackle bullying behaviour directed at young carers.
A guide for young people
A guide for teachers and school staff
Organisational and Individuals Supporters Pack
Get behind our Don’t Face It Alone campaign by sharing our stickers.
Social media guide and assets pack
Show your support for the Don’t Face It Alone campaign with our campaign poster.
A guide for parents and carers
Don’t Face It Alone assembly powerpoint template
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.
A session plan for Anti-Bullying Ambassadors to deliver the 'How to become an Upstander' assembly.
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 how to promote your Anti-Bullying Ambassadors' work with this helpful guide.
This short guide provides top tips for providing peer support in your school.
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.
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.
Explore how you might support someone experiencing bullying behaviour
Explore how to ensure a whole-school approach and outline practical steps
Best practices to rewrite your school’s anti-bullying policy
Persuade your local school to sign up for Anti-Bullying Ambassador training.
This poster informs other students that their school has Anti-Bullying Ambassadors.
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.
This is a print-out poster that encourages students to be an Upstander to bullying behaviour.
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.
Building your school’s student-friendly Anti-Bullying policy. 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.
An introduction for parents on the link between mental health and bullying. Supported by Facebook.
Raise awareness and tackle bullying behaviour from home. Supported by Facebook.