Resources for schools and teachers
Resources, training and guidance to help your school continue in its important work in preventing and responding to bullying behaviour.
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Help bullying stop! card pack
Pack for schools containing two posters and 30 Z-cards.
The Z-card is designed to provide young people with important messages and advice about dealing with bullying.
Dealing with bullying and the importance of friends
A ChildLine teachers' pack to use in pupil referral units and other out of school provisions.
Training for school staff
Safety in learning: safeguarding essentials in education
A training pack that includes a CD-Rom and DVD for the designated person / child protection coordinator in your school or college to deliver induction and refresher training to staff.
Appropriate for use in educational setting in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
NSPCC EduCare Preventing bullying behaviour
Written by the NSPCC, this four-module anti-bullying programme
will help you understand and prevent bullying behaviour and create a culture of safety for the children and young people in your care. Essential awareness and response to bullying of children and young peopleOne-day NSPCC training course
that covers the types and the impact of bullying on children and young people, and explains how your school can develop strategies to ensure it provides an environment safe from bullying.Preventing bullying: safeguarding children living with SEN and disabilityOne-day NSPCC training course
to develop awareness of bullying and its impact on children living with SEND, helping you to develop effective interventions.
School policies and procedures
Briefing for schools, academies and colleges in England for tackling bullying (PDF, 49KB)
Guidelines on how you should develop, evaluate and review your anti-bullying policies, procedures and practices.
Summarises key legislation relating to bullying and outlines the roles and responsiblities of education providers when bullying is reported.
Produced by the NSPCC’s Safeguarding in Education Service (SiES).
Sample school bullying report form (PDF, 35KB)
Can be used by pupils who are being bullied, those who have witnessed it, as well as parents and carers, to confidentially report concerns to identified members of staff.
School anti-bullying policy checklist (PDF, 34KB)
Will ensure your anti-bullying policy incorporates all the required elements, and that a rigorous review and revision process is in place.
Creating an anti-bullying environment
School anti-bullying checklist (PDF, 48KB)
Will help you ensure that your curriculum and school environment promote respect towards others, celebrating diversity and making your school a safe environment for all pupils.
Checkpoints for schools: towards a non-violent society - Improving behaviour to enhance learning
Checkpoints for schools and its companion Checkpoints for young people together constitute a framework for a whole-school approach to violent behaviour.
Checkpoints for parents: towards a non-violent school - Good behaviour for better learning
Tips to help parents find out how their child's school is tackling bullying and violence.
Peer mediation in the UK: a guide for schools
A guide that wll give those who work in and with schools a sense of what peer mediation is, what it sets out to achieve, and the issues to be considered when introducing it at a school.
Bullying facts and statistics
Founded by the NSPCC and the National Children's Bureau in 2002. The Alliance brings together 68 organisations into one network across England with the aim of reducing bullying and creating safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk
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