Cyberbullying action pack

The activities in this pack are designed to get children to talk about cyberbullying and think about how to tackle it.

You can find this resource in Welsh here.

This resource, created by the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, empowers children to work together to talk about cyberbullying and come up with strategies for tackling it in school.

 

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • children aged 7 and up
  • use with small groups

To use this resource, you’ll need to put together an ‘action group’ of children in your school. There are three ‘actions’ and three activities suggested in this pack, which can be done in any order.

 

Curriculum links

Wales – Health and Wellbeing

Statement 5 - Learners need to recognise when relationships are unhealthy and need to be aware of how to keep safe and seek support for themselves and others.

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