Cyberbullying teaching resources
Resources for secondary teachers and professionals who work with young people about bullying online.
Try our selection of free resources on cyberbullying. These lesson plans and pieces of practical advice are designed to help secondary teachers and professionals who work with young people.
A 14-year-old describes her experiences of cyberbullying.
Examine cyberbullying with this ICT classroom resource aimed at teenaged students.
This video could be used in a primary and secondary lesson on e-safety and anti-bullying.
Show the effects of internet and text bullying with this video for primary and secondary students.
See the risk of misinterpreting a text, for primary and secondary.
Show primary and secondary students the risk of misinterpreting a text.
Further resources on cyberbullying
This advice sheet brings together cyberbullying advice and how to be safe online. The factsheet highlights some of the resources available for teachers and schools.
A concise Internet safety guide for teachers, parents and carers covering: - online risks - cyberbullying - social networking - downloading, P2P and file-sharing - internet access via mobile phones - what parents can do.
This detailed guide is for parents, carers and teachers about social networking sites.
A useful factsheet for teachers and support staff on setting privacy levels for Facebook.
A comprehensive report of research on cyber-bullying
Adaptable assembly suitable for all pupils to introduce the topic of online bullying.
Together with your class you will get young people defining and understanding cyberbullying and its consequences, looking at online dangers, developing positive behaviours online and promoting active participation and discussion.
This lesson plan comprises two 50 minute lesson plans aimed at Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils, but can be adapted for younger or older pupils. Designed to enable schools to address cyberbullying and raise awareness of the issue.
A leaflet including vital information about netiquette for students.
This special lesson plan and resources for teenagers give teachers and pupils the opportunity to talk about the rights of young people, and in particular their digital rights.
This resource allows pupils to explore different attitudes that a number of characters have towards their virtual lives.