This resource is intended to be used as part of the wider Inspiring Equality in Education programme tackling homophobic, biphoic and transphobic bullying. It may be that you want to work with staff in your school or college to come up with your own list – or to use this list as part of a staff training exercise.
CPD approved, free online anti-bullying training across 7 modules:
1. What is bullying?
2. Bullying and the Law
3. Bullying and SEN/disability
4. The 10 principles to reduce bullying of disabled children and those with SEN
5. Preventing bullying of disabled children and those with SEN
6. Responding to bullying of disabled children and those with SEN
7. Cyberbullying (with a special emphasis on reducing cyberbullying of disabled children and those with SEN)
A free and interactive online information tool for parents and carers. School staff may wish to direct parents and carers to this online tool.
• are worried that your child might be a target of bullying;
• think your child may be being bullied, or
• know that your child is being bullied or
• think your child may be bullying others
this practical online information will help you to understand what can and should be done and what you can do to make it happen.
As part of our project to reduce bullying of pupils with SEND, the Anti-Bullying Alliance has written resources for schools and other professionals with CAMHS Evidence Based Practice Unit (UCL & Anna Freud Centre). It includes:
- A guide for schools and the wider children's workforce to help them understand the issues around bullying and mental health
- A unique report detailing the views of young people with mental health issues
- A presentation schools can use in staff training.
As part of our project to reduce bullying of pupils with SEND, the Anti-Bullying Alliance has created a group of resources for schools and other professionals with ChildNet. It includes:
- A guide for schools and the wider children's workforce about tackling cyberbullying for children and young people with SEND
- A unique report detailing our in-depth consultation with young people with SEND and their views on cyberbullying
As part of our project to reduce bullying of pupils with SEND, the Anti-Bullying Alliance, with the National Autistic Society, has developed resources for schools and other professionals about bullying and Autism Spectrum Disorders . It includes:
- A guide for schools and the wider children's workforce
- A powerpoint presentation for professionals to use when delivering training about bullying and Autism
The Anti-Bullying Alliance has developed this guide on prevention and response to sexual bullying to assist teachers and other professionals as they seek to educate and support children with special educational needs and disabilities.
It is written to apply to the school environment but many of the principles are relevant to other settings where adults support children and young people.
This resource addresses:
- name calling and derogatory language which is disabilist,
- examines disablism, its origins and how this is represented in the language,
- and discusses successful strategies, useful activities, case studies and resources.