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Bullying and cyberbullying
Bullying is usually targeted behaviour that is repetitive and persistent. It can have long-lasting effects on children and young people’s mental health and academic performance.
Example of an anti-bullying statement
An anti-bullying policy statement template from the NSPCC.
Safe from bullying in further education colleges
This guidance outlines what bullying might take place in FE colleges, the steps that can be taken to prevent bullying happening in the first place and to respond effectively when bullying does occur.
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.
Bullying and harassment at work
School staff mental health charity Education Support have put together this guide for staff about recognising bullying and harassment at work, and how to respond if it is happening to you.
Effectively challenging racism in schools
Detailed policy and guidance framework for schools and colleges on challenging racism and racist bullying.
Relationships and belonging
The relationships in a child or young person’s life are very important to their wellbeing and development. In a school setting, this means that their relationships with school staff, and with each other, should be nurtured and supported.
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.
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.