For Anti-Bullying Week 2022, we’ve put together a collection of all our bullying-related resources. Below you’ll find articles on bullying, including tough topics such as what to do when your child is the bully, plus practical resources that can be used in the classroom and at home.

What is Anti-Bullying Week?

Anti-Bullying Week 2022 takes place from 14th-18th November and encourages children, young people, families and school communities to take positive action to challenge the harm and hurt caused by bullying.

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Four in ten children aged 8-17-years-old have experienced bullying, either online or offline.


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Bullying Beyond the Classroom

Watch our short story about what happens when bullying is no longer left at the school gates.

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How to Deal with Cyberbullying

Learn about what cyberbullying is and what to do if you think the child or young person in your care is a victim.

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When Your Child is the Bully

Learn more about what to do when your child is the bully and why they might be displaying this unwanted behaviour.

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Almost half of children surveyed by Uswitch and charity Family Lives didn’t tell their parents or carers about being bullied online.

What is Trolling?

Get more information about this type of cyberbullying and the impact it can have.

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The Online Bullying of Teachers and Professionals

Find out more about the recent uptick in incidents of online bullying of teachers and school staff.

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How to Talk to Children with Autism about Cyberbullying

Get practical, helpful advice on having conversations about online bullying with children who have autism.

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In an Ofcom survey, two-thirds of parents of 3-17-year-olds said that they were worried about their child being bullied online.

What are Your Words Worth?

An activity pack to help children and young people realise the impact of the words they use online.

Random Acts of Kindness

Designed for children aged 7-11, this activity pack encourages acts of online kindness.

Who are Your Trusted Adults

Access our resources, including posters, lesson plans and videos, that help children and young people identify and reach out to their trusted adults.

Teach Hub Resources

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Online Bullying

Aimed at 7-11-year-olds, these classroom resources allow children to reflect on how best to respond to bullying. The lesson contains 3 engaging and relevant animations which help to stimulate an important discussion around bullying.

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Online Bullying

For 11-16-year-olds, these resources include several online bullying scenarios in which pupils work through, to develop their understanding of online bullying and its impacts. Pupils can test their knowledge with a quickfire quiz at the end.

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Online Bullying

For 16-18-year-olds, this lesson and resource will highlight the prevalence of online bullying and its impacts. Using videos and animations that create scenarios, pupils will reflect on and develop appropriate responses.