Resources for Anti-Bullying Week 2022


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

Resources for Anti-Bullying Week 20222022-11-10T12:58:09+00:00

World Mental Health Day: Talking to Young People about Mental Health


For World Mental Health Day 2022, we have compiled our best resources on mental health, along with some top tips for talking to young people about mental health. This year’s theme is “Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority”. Although not as taboo a subject as it once

World Mental Health Day: Talking to Young People about Mental Health2022-05-11T11:19:26+01:00

Random Acts of Online Kindness


For this year’s Random Acts of Kindness Day, we want to share some of our resources that can help take kindness beyond just today and into the everyday. We believe that by educating and empowering children and young people to be kinder online and offline, we can help create a

Random Acts of Online Kindness2022-02-16T14:42:42+00:00

Bullying Beyond the Classroom


Once upon a time, chatting with friends outside of school meant using a landline. Playing games with pals involved knocking on their doors. Being bullied by other pupils was confined to school hours. Now, the virtual world has created a 24/7 timeframe for children and young people to become the targets

Bullying Beyond the Classroom2021-12-10T13:42:56+00:00

When Your Child is the Bully


We can all conjure up a mental image of a “bully” – someone mean, troubled, and angry who takes out these feelings on others. You might imagine a person from your life or a character from a film or television show. But what happens when the “bully” in question is the child in your care?   This is a

When Your Child is the Bully2021-12-10T13:43:12+00:00

What is Trolling?


Have you ever seen the term “troll” or “trolling” used on social media? If you look at the comment section of any controversial topic, you’ll likely find it. Trolling is typically used to irritate communities, fans of celebrity targets, or people who hold specific beliefs or positions of power. The seemingly anonymous nature of internet

What is Trolling?2021-12-10T13:44:15+00:00

Alert: The Bullying of Teachers


INEQE Safeguarding Group have been alerted to a number of incidents concerning the online targeting of teachers and school professionals by students. Pupils have been creating online posts that ridicule, harass, or otherwise bully staff on social media sites, such as TikTok and Instagram.  The nature of these posts includes photographs of

Alert: The Bullying of Teachers2021-12-10T20:44:33+00:00

Dealing With Cyberbullying


Bullying is not a normal part of childhood and should never happen in any form. Unfortunately, this is a common struggle for children and young people today, and advancing technology only increases the risk. The long-term impact of cyberbullying on a young person’s physical and mental wellbeing can be profound. Cyberbullying, as with all bullying, can contribute to mental health disorders,

Dealing With Cyberbullying2022-11-11T15:41:56+00:00
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