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Internet and social media
Social media and the internet can have both positive and negative effects on children and young people’s mental health. Schools play an important role in educating pupils on how to stay safe online.
Bullying and cyberbullying lesson plan pack
Examine with your class the meaning and impact of bullying, and discover ways of responding to this type of behaviour.
Social media: a guide for parents
Ten tips for parents about talking to young people about their use of social media.
Classroom wellbeing toolkit
A toolkit sharing practical steps that staff can take to promote and support mental health through their everyday interactions with students.
BBC Teach’s health and wellbeing videos for ages 8 to 11
A number of different video series, for use in health and wellbeing education lessons with primary school children at Key Stage 2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and at 1st and 2nd Level in Scotland.
Bullying: what can I do? video and accompanying guidance
A short video with accompanying guidance from anti-bullying charity RespectMe, giving children information and advice about dealing with bullying.
Anti-Bullying Week 2022: secondary school resource pack
The official secondary school pack for Anti-Bullying Week, which includes a lesson plan, assembly plan, poster and more.
Anti-Bullying Week 2021: primary school pack
A resource pack designed to help primary schools to celebrate and take part in 2021's Anti-Bullying Week.
Reach out: anti-bullying primary activities
A series of classroom activities for primary-aged children, focusing on how to reach out to one another to end bullying.
Anti-Bullying Week 2022: primary school resource pack
The official primary school pack for Anti-Bullying Week, which includes a lesson plan, assembly plan, poster and more.