School resources

Advice and guidance

Teaching materials

i Future My FutureiFuture my Future film - Film Creatives in partnership with ABA

Childnet E safety leaflet for children - now in 11 languages

Internet Matters has resources for schools that are organised into primary and secondary sections.

Cybersmile Foundation - range of downloadable workshops for ages 5 - 16+

Facebook guide for educators - tool for teaching and learning

Film on cyberbullying #breakthecycle from Wiltshire Council's Young Commissioners. Developed for Anti-Bullying Week 2013 to try and encourage young people to speak out against cyberbullying, and offer others help and support online if they see something that they themselves would be upset by. The hope is that this film will reach some of the ‘bystanders’ or those young people who may find themselves caught up in online bullying without even realising they are doing it.

Advice from Childnet on Video Chat and Webcams is now available to read online or download. The advice is aimed at young people using video chat services such as Skype, FaceTime and Google Hangouts and provides top tips and technical advice for using video chat and webcams safely. Childnet worked with a group of pupils from Hatchend School who provided ideas for improving the advice and helped make sure it is relevant to young people and the way they use video chatting services.

Cyberbullying Information Pack The Cybersmile Foundation has produced a stop cyberbullying information pack which includes exercises for school children to help those experiencing cyberbullying and to raise awareness of the emotional harm caused by this type of abuse.

UKCCIS, Advice on child internet safety 1.0 Universal guidelines for providers, published April 2012

CEOP Think You Know Website teachers and trainers section with resources for all ages

Childnet International, Know it all - suite of education resources designed to educate parents, teachers and young people about safe and positive use of the internet

Teach Today website with a range of guidance for teachers on all aspects of cyber safety

An example of a drama script about cyberbullying by a Year 9 Student at the Marlborough Science Academy 

This list is not comprehensive and inclusion does not necessarily imply endorsement or recommendation by the ABA. For guidance on using anti-bullying resources go to Resources.

If you would like to suggest resources to be added to this website please email aba@ncb.org.uk.

 

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