TES partner Beatbullying has shared more than 30 resources. From cyber-bullying to friendships and peer pressure, there are plenty of topics to help you create a positive environment for pupils. bit.lytesBeatBullying
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
Find official resources for Anti-Bullying Week on TES Resources: bit.lytesAntiBullying
Stop the cyber-bullies
Two books from Jessica Kingsley Publishers could help you to address online bullying. Vanessa Rogers' Cyberbullying contains more than 20 classroom activities, while Cyberbullying and E-Safety, by Adrienne Katz, offers information and guidelines to support pupils and improve school policy.
Nationwide and Children in Need have launched a series of money skills resources for budding young fundraisers: a competition, top money tips and more. The resources are suitable for four- to 18-year-olds. Find them at: www.nationwideeducation.co.ukPudsey
Bullying on the web
For help on cyber-bullying check out the TES collection, which includes Teachers TV videos, guidance from behaviour guru Tom Bennett and "netiquette" advice. bit.lytesCyberBullying.