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Here are the resources we found for cyberbullying for parents and families:

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Being the best version of yourself online

(Featured resource)HeadStart Wolverhampton worked with Wolverhampton Learning Technologies Team, Stone’s Throw Media, and Wolverhampton primary schools to create three great animated videos around the theme of “Being the Best Version of Yourself Online”. The videos explore the following themes:

  • The Digital 5-A-Day
  • Peer Pressure
  • Respect and Self-Respect

These films are great conversation starters with young people about making the best of modern technology.

Anti-Bullying Week Resources from BBC Team Own It

(Featured resource)Nobody deserves to be bullied. For Anti-Bullying Week 2018, Team Own It choose respect and stand against hate. Resources on a wide range of bullying issues from the BBC.

Let’s Fight It Together

An award winning short film that helps sensitise people to the hurt and pain that can be caused by cyberbullying. The film shows ways in which cyberbullying can occur, who it involves, how it can affect different people, and what can be done to prevent it and respond to it.

#BedtimeStories

What does your child read before bed? Bullying shouldn’t be part of their bedtime routine. If you child is being bullied online it can follow them at home, into their bedroom and can have disastrous consequences so it is important to make sure your child is safe online.

Online Bullying

This resource is provided by the BBC, it gives the reader facts about online bullying. The information is presented in 5 sections, these are titled, What is it?, Why is it so bad?, I’m being bullied online and I don’t know what to do, Am I an online bully? and Online bullying and the law.

Cyberbullying

This is a free resource which is available through the Childnet international website. The information sheet, gives parents and carers helpful advice on what to do if their child is being bullied online. There are 4 tips given to parents and carers on how to deal with cyberbullying.

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is when someone uses technology, such as the internet or a mobile device to bully others. This webpage produced by Childnet International aims to educate parents on carers on what cyberbullying is, and how to combat cyberbullying in your child’s life.

Cyberbullying

Alex Holmes, the Diana Award anti-bullying programme manager, was previously a victim of bullying and now runs the anti-bullying ambassadors programme. In this article he explains what cyberbullying is, why it hurts and what you can do about it as a parent.

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Cyberbullying

This resource is in the form of a factsheet which is made up of 5 pages. This resource is targeted at young adults, to combat cyberbullying. The factsheet outlines the behaviours which could be seen has cyberbullying behaviours, it encourages users to think before they post, it gives tips on how to stay safe online, and what to do if you discover that someone is being cyberbullied, including how to report the behaviour.

Being the best version of yourself online

(Featured resource)HeadStart Wolverhampton worked with Wolverhampton Learning Technologies Team, Stone’s Throw Media, and Wolverhampton primary schools to create three great animated videos around the theme of “Being the Best Version of Yourself Online”. The videos explore the following themes:

  • The Digital 5-A-Day
  • Peer Pressure
  • Respect and Self-Respect

These films are great conversation starters with young people about making the best of modern technology.

Anti-Bullying Week Resources from BBC Team Own It

(Featured resource)Nobody deserves to be bullied. For Anti-Bullying Week 2018, Team Own It choose respect and stand against hate. Resources on a wide range of bullying issues from the BBC.

Let’s Fight It Together

An award winning short film that helps sensitise people to the hurt and pain that can be caused by cyberbullying. The film shows ways in which cyberbullying can occur, who it involves, how it can affect different people, and what can be done to prevent it and respond to it.

Online Bullying

This resource is provided by the BBC, it gives the reader facts about online bullying. The information is presented in 5 sections, these are titled, What is it?, Why is it so bad?, I’m being bullied online and I don’t know what to do, Am I an online bully? and Online bullying and the law.

Cyberbullying

This is a free resource which is available through the Childnet international website. The information sheet, gives parents and carers helpful advice on what to do if their child is being bullied online. There are 4 tips given to parents and carers on how to deal with cyberbullying.

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is when someone uses technology, such as the internet or a mobile device to bully others. This webpage produced by Childnet International aims to educate parents on carers on what cyberbullying is, and how to combat cyberbullying in your child’s life.

Download

Cyberbullying

This resource is in the form of a factsheet which is made up of 5 pages. This resource is targeted at young adults, to combat cyberbullying. The factsheet outlines the behaviours which could be seen has cyberbullying behaviours, it encourages users to think before they post, it gives tips on how to stay safe online, and what to do if you discover that someone is being cyberbullied, including how to report the behaviour.

Being the best version of yourself online

(Featured resource)HeadStart Wolverhampton worked with Wolverhampton Learning Technologies Team, Stone’s Throw Media, and Wolverhampton primary schools to create three great animated videos around the theme of “Being the Best Version of Yourself Online”. The videos explore the following themes:

  • The Digital 5-A-Day
  • Peer Pressure
  • Respect and Self-Respect

These films are great conversation starters with young people about making the best of modern technology.

Anti-Bullying Week Resources from BBC Team Own It

(Featured resource)Nobody deserves to be bullied. For Anti-Bullying Week 2018, Team Own It choose respect and stand against hate. Resources on a wide range of bullying issues from the BBC.

Let’s Fight It Together

An award winning short film that helps sensitise people to the hurt and pain that can be caused by cyberbullying. The film shows ways in which cyberbullying can occur, who it involves, how it can affect different people, and what can be done to prevent it and respond to it.

Online Bullying

This resource is provided by the BBC, it gives the reader facts about online bullying. The information is presented in 5 sections, these are titled, What is it?, Why is it so bad?, I’m being bullied online and I don’t know what to do, Am I an online bully? and Online bullying and the law.

Cyberbullying

This is a free resource which is available through the Childnet international website. The information sheet, gives parents and carers helpful advice on what to do if their child is being bullied online. There are 4 tips given to parents and carers on how to deal with cyberbullying.

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is when someone uses technology, such as the internet or a mobile device to bully others. This webpage produced by Childnet International aims to educate parents on carers on what cyberbullying is, and how to combat cyberbullying in your child’s life.

Download

Cyberbullying

This resource is in the form of a factsheet which is made up of 5 pages. This resource is targeted at young adults, to combat cyberbullying. The factsheet outlines the behaviours which could be seen has cyberbullying behaviours, it encourages users to think before they post, it gives tips on how to stay safe online, and what to do if you discover that someone is being cyberbullied, including how to report the behaviour.