This worksheet, can help you plan campaigns to tackle sexual bullying behaviours in your school
This worksheet can help you to plan campaigns to tackle racist bullying behaviours in your school.
Terminology match-up exercise for students on the topic of racism and racist bullying behaviour.
A terminology match-up activity for primary and secondary school children.
How to talk to children about consent, gender and sexuality.
The Be Strong Online modules are designed to help young people develop digital resilience.
Activity ideas to promote allyship and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community in school.
A worksheet exploring the difference between snitching and reporting for primary school children.
Learn about different scenarios to lead discussions about bullying behaviour and being an Upstander.
Fun and interactive workshops for your students to learn how to stand up to bullying.
This guide provides a list of activities that Anti-Bullying Ambassadors can organise to boost peers’
Get creative with this activity that explores your student’s support network.
Download and print your pledge sheets.
Handprint Display: Your School's Pledge
Download these pledge cards to use in your Upstander assembly.
A word-sorting activity to run with students on what makes a positive or unhealthy relationship.
An activity to explore key anti-bullying terms and definitions. Supported by DfE.
Explore the concepts of stress and resilience with this resource. Supported by Facebook.
Explore LGBTQ+ terms & definitions with students, school staff & family members. Supported by DfE.
An activity for staff to encourage students to embrace women’s rights & feminism. Supported by DfE.