Develop your listening skills to support your work as an Anti-Bullying Ambassador.
Activity ideas to promote allyship and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community in school.
An Exam Stress Toolkit offers advice on how to deal with exam stress.
A worksheet exploring the difference between snitching and reporting for primary school children.
These cards are designed to help Anti-Bullying Ambassadors report incidents of bullying behaviour.
This charter for sports teams focuses on inclusivity, respect and challenging bullying behaviour.
Make your school more inclusive for students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Learn about different scenarios to lead discussions about bullying behaviour and being an Upstander.
A guide for young people
A guidance for young people on how to talk about their mental health with others and seek support.
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
Ideas to run a ‘Feel Good Friday’ event like a pro!
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.
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.