Browse our range of resources to support your Anti-Bullying Week 2021 activities
Read our free information to help you to understand what bullying and cyberbullying is, how it affects children and young people and how you can respond to it.
Download our free activities and resources for teachers of key stages 3-4 to help children and young people know what to do if they see bullying online.
Download our free template anti-bullying policy statement you can tailor to help keep children safe.
Take our 4-hour interactive CPD-certified course to gain the skills you need to identify, prevent and respond to bullying behaviour online. Cost: £30
Register for our free online Speak out Stay safe sessions for primary schools to teach children how to recognise abuse and neglect in a child-friendly way.
Use our free anti-bullying toolkit, Think B4 You Type, to support young people in developing and leading their own campaign around online bullying.
Learn more about the causes and effects of bullying with our selection of books, articles, and reports, curated by the NSPCC Library.
Download our free leaflet which provides advice for deaf adults to help them find out what they can do when a child is being bullied.
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Encourage children to contact Childline if they need to talk about anything that's worrying them, including bullying.
We have a number of NSPCC Learning podcast episodes on preventing bullying and keeping children safe.
This podcast looks at how to implement effective anti-bullying policies and procedures in your school.
In this episode, you'll hear how we’ve adapted our safeguarding programme to be delivered online in primary schools to help children understand abuse in all its forms, how to recognise the signs and sources of help available to them.
This podcast focuses on how to enhance online safety for children and young people in your group or organisation and how to deal with any online issues that might arise.
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