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9th November 2012 at 00:00

Top challenge

- Get involved in Children in Need, 16 November, with a range of resources from the TES collection. From Lord Sugar's Challenge, in which pupils come up with ideas for a fundraising business, to Sing for Pudsey, in which they have to write a song, put on a show.

Bit.lytesPudsey

Books to fight bullies

- Tales by Jacqueline Wilson, Anne Fine and Malorie Blackman feature in a new children's book club, set up by the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) and publisher Random House. To get involved, visit bit.lyabaBookClub

Stop the cyberbullies

- Two books from Jessica Kingsley Publishers could help you to address online bullying. Vanessa Rogers' Cyberbullying contains classroom activities, while Cyberbullying and E-Safety, by Adrienne Katz, offers advice on how to support pupils and improve school policy.

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