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Anti-bullying Resources

The Anti-Bullying Alliance has resources focusing on a range of themes and suitable for use with different age groups: Key Stages 1 & 2 , for Key Stages 3 & 4 and for post-16 .

The Anti-Bullying Alliance also provides schools assessment tools and surveys  about bullying.

Information and resources about cyberbullying   have also been collated on the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) website.

ABA sources of advice for children and young people are available here.

ABA sources of advice for parents and carers are available here. Young Minds also has advice for parents who are worried about bullying.

ChildLine  provides information, help and support in addition to the helpline.

The NSPCC have produced an Online Abuse and Bullying Prevention Guide  to help children young people understand what constitutes abusive behaviour online, the consequences of that behaviour, and where they can get help.

The Government Equalities Office (GEO) anti-homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying project has led to the development of a range of resources produced by six project partners – Stonewall; Barnardo’s; The LGBT Consortium; Learn Equality, Live Equal; The Rainbow Flag Award; and the Metro Charity. These resources have been reviewd and quality assured by the PSHE Association.

The purpose of the resources is to reduce the incidence of HBT bullying in primary and secondary schools by transforming the culture of how schools prevent and respond to the issue. they can be accessed here.

Other useful websites:

Daisy Chain is an interactive story with game-elements, narrated by actress Kate Winslet. The app is the sequel to the Book App, Dandelion. It has been designed to help children guide the hero, Buttercup Bree, through pages of challenges and overcome the angry bullies. The animated film can also be viewed through YouTube.]]>