Run this creative activity to promote positivity in your classroom.
Webinar on developing your anti-bullying policy and reporting methods in school.
Develop your teamwork skills to help you in your role as an Anti-Bullying Ambassador.
Create a unique spoken word poetry about bullying behaviour with our simple, 5-step process
Create your own collage about bullying behaviour with our simple, five-step process.
This survey template can be used by primary schools to identify bullying behaviour issues to tackle.
Webinar to explore practical steps to restoratively address perpetrators of bullying behaviour
Create your own unique piece of dance choreography about bullying behaviour.
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.
Learn about different scenarios to lead discussions about bullying behaviour and being an Upstander.
Get creative with this activity that explores your student’s support network.
A support document for parents/carers on all things Anti-Bullying.
Download and print your pledge sheets.
Learn what bullying behaviour is and how Anti-Bullying Ambassadors help to tackle it.
This reading list can help challenge bullying behaviour, prejudice and intolerance in schools.
An overview of reporting methods used in schools to tackle bullying behaviour.
Download these pledge cards to use in your Upstander assembly.
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
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.
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.
Learn different ways that you can be an Upstander when you see cyberbullying behaviour
Refresh your knowledge on bullying behaviour and learn more about how to tackle it
Explore how you might support someone experiencing bullying behaviour
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.
This quick worksheet introduces primary school students to the concept of respect.
Supported by Nationwide. A support document for parents/carers on all things Anti-Bullying.
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.
Follow this simple guide to build a student-friendly anti-bullying policy.
An activity to explore key anti-bullying terms and definitions. Supported by DfE.
Finding out your child is experiencing bullying behaviour can be upsetting. Supported by Facebook.
This campaign is run by charity The Diana Award, a legacy to Princess Diana’s belief that young people have power to change the world.