Services for children


One of the main reasons children feel frightened to go to school is bullying. Through the safeguarding agenda we have a duty to ensure that no child is afraid to go to school because of bullies. Below are a range of resources to help support you in delivering these lessons in school.



Staff questionnaire (word)– assess staffs’ confidence in delivering anti-bullying lessons and allows schools to identify gaps in training.


Parent questionnaire (word)– allows schools to get feedback from parents about the anti-bullying strategies the school has implemented. It is a great starting point when reviewing an anti-bullying policy

Audit tools

The audit tool allows schools to audit their current provision for anti-bullying and friendship education. This tool allows schools to identify areas of strength and areas for development in their current provision.

General bullying resources

Homophobic bullying

  • Reach website - resources for each working with young people aged 13 to 21 to create resources for both schools and youth settings to challenge homophobic, sexist and cyberbullying
  • Diversity role models website offers workshop and teacher training on homophobic bullying.

Gender stereotyping

NUT – stereotypes stop you doing stuff booklet (pdf)
Overview of how the different schools looked at the impact of gender stereotypes on young people and considered how they could begin to unsettle some of the established assumptions about what girls and boys might like or do.


Show racism the red card website - a range of resources and materials to help tackle racism in schools.

Schools are supported in understanding their obligations under the Equality Act by the government in the document found through this link:


Saying no poster (word)– Use the saying no poster as a prompt with children to develop assertiveness.


If you require any advice or support with bullying in schools, contact Claire Vaughan.

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Last updated: 09 Mar 2022