There are a range of resources available to schools to help school leaders and teachers create and sustain safe and supportive school communities.
The new Stand out from the crowd action plan (PDF, 149KB) supports all schools and school communities to prevent and respond to instances of bullying and cyberbullying. The following resources have been developed regarding technology in schools:
Further resources to support the action plan will continue to be developed and made publicly available.
Resources for the classroom including websites, activities, curriculum, professional information and engagement materials are available for early childhood, primary schools and secondary schools from the Bullying. No Way! website.
The Working Together toolkit for schools is supported by a series of short videos called Quick tips for teachers and students about bullying presented by Dr Michael Carr-Gregg. Links to videos (hosted on You Tube) and in a format to download are available to use in class, as well as transcripts of Dr Carr-Gregg's practical advice.
A series of 6 vodcasts and associated PowerPoints from Dr. Ken Rigby provide information and strategies on bullying (addressing bullying, intervening and working with stakeholders).
eSmart Schools is a framework that guides the whole-school change process to support the creation of a cybersafe environment.