bullying resources for schools

Created by Kids Helpline Counsellors for Primary and High School students 
 

supporting students to navigate bullying

Bullying is a tough topic for students, teachers and parents alike. Its impact is felt beyond the individual and can leave those involved feeling helpless and disempowered.

From being an upstander to understanding the difference between mean, rude, conflict and bullying, check out these counsellor developed and approved free resources for students, parents and the wider school community. 

For parents
what do if my child is being bullied? social post
A guide for parents on the next steps when you learn your child is being bullied.
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For all high school grades
bullying myths v facts social post
Debunk common bullying myths and provide facts for young people.
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For all high school grades
how to be an upstander social post
A guide for young people on how to be a hero in bullying situations
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For all school grades
am I being bullied? social post
Learn more about ‘what is bullying?’ with this flowchart quiz.
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for all high school grades
about Kids Helpline newsletter insert
A jpg you can insert into your school newsletter to provide Kids Helpline details to students and parents.
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for all primary school grades
about Kids Helpline newsletter insert
A jpg you can insert into your school newsletter to provide Kids Helpline details to students and parents.
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For all primary school grades
how to tell if it’s bullying
Interactive article to help kids understand what is bullying
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For all primary school grades
asking for help
Practical tips on how to ask for help
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For all high school grades
all about bullying
Understand what is bullying and what you can do when someone is being bullied
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For all high school grades
am I being bullied? poster
A flowchart to help students understand if it’s rude, conflict, mean or bullying
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For all primary school grades
how to be an upstander against bullying poster
Tips to empower students to help stand up and support others experiencing bullying
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for all primary year levels
bullying
How to recognise and respond to bullying, and where to get help
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for all primary year levels
cyberbullying: be the change
Understanding what cyberbullying is (and isn’t), and how kids can get help and report it
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for all primary year levels
friendship
Tips to make friends, and how to grow healthy friendships
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for grades: 4-6
being kind online
The importance of making positive, respectful decisions online and how to deal with challenges
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for grades 2-5
stop think strong choice
Student infosheet on making pro-social choices when angry or upset.
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for grades 4-8
bullying comic book
The perfect teaching tool for exploring themes of bullying, cyberbullying, and conflict with friends.
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for all primary grades
apologising and saying sorry
Student conflict resolution worksheet on ways to apologise and say sorry when in the wrong.
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for all primary grades
finding a win-win solution
Activity sheet to problem-solve interpersonal conflict and find the best outcomes for everyone involved.
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For grades 4-9
conflict resolution worksheet
Student worksheet covering the differences between rudeness, conflict, meanness and bullying and how to respond to conflict.
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For all high school levels
all about Kids Helpline
Presentation slides designed to be presented by teachers, to classes of students, covering who we are and how we support young people living in Australia.
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