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.
Don’t Face It Alone assembly powerpoint template
This reading list can help challenge bullying behaviour, prejudice and intolerance in schools.
A ready-made presentation for SLT which describes our Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Explores the reasons why some people may display bullying behaviour towards others.
Develop your teamwork by choosing roles in your Anti-Bullying Ambassador team.
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 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
Explore the difference between ‘bullying behaviour’ and ‘banter’.
Explore the 3 different types of bullying behaviour and discuss how to best support students.
A guide of ideas on how to support new Year 7s in your secondary school.
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.
This resource is packed with ideas on how to earn additional badges during lockdown.
A guide on how to address bullying behaviour cooperatively with your child’s school.
This is a print-out poster that encourages students to be an Upstander to bullying behaviour.