Bullying and cyberbullying Research and resources

Below is a selection of our child protection research, leaflets, guidance, evaluations and safeguarding resources on bullying and cyberbullying.

Keeping children safe - Share Aware

Just like in real life, kids need your help to stay safe online. Our advice will help you keep your child safe on social networks, apps and games.

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Keeping children safe - Online safety

We’ve teamed up with O2 to help you keep children safe when they're using the internet, social networks, apps, games and more.

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Preventing abuse - Child protection in the UK

How the systems and laws of the UK and its 4 nations work to keep children safe from abuse and harm.

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What you can do - Report abuse

Our helpline is here 24/7. So if you’re worried about a child, you can always talk to us.

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Resources for schools and teachers

Find anti-bullying resources for your school

Browse resources to help you and your school tackle bullying and cyberbullying in the UK's only library dedicated to child protection.

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Lesson plans on online bullying for secondary schools

The Anti-Bullying Alliance, NSPCC and Diana Award have jointly developed these lesson and assembly ideas for secondary school age pupils to support the Stop Speak Support campaign on cyber bullying.

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How safe are our children? Growing up online

Our annual flagship conference is for everyone working in child protection.

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Our resources on TES

Find all our free lesson plans and teaching resources on TES.

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Be there for every child's mental health

Join us in calling on the government to help our Childline service be there for every child. 

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