Tip tips and other key resources

Lots Of Top Tips

Resources for children

 

Top tips for dealing with bullying - for children

English (pdf)

Welsh (pdf)

Arabic (pdf)

Brazilian Portuguese (pdf)

French (pdf)

Polish (pdf)

Urdu (pdf)

Kidscape one week mindfulness journal for children

Kidscape one week mindfulness Journal (pdf) 

 

Resources for parents and carers

 

Top tips for dealing with bullying - for parents and carers

English (pdf)

Welsh (pdf)

Arabic (pdf)

Brazilian Portuguese (pdf)

French (pdf)

Polish (pdf) 

Kidscape bullying log and contact record

Kidscape log and school contact record (pdf) - A simple way to promote open communication with the school and ensure that each bullying incident is recorded.

 

Early years resources

 

Feeling Happy, Feeling Safe (YouTube) - A series for pre-school children to watch with parents, carers or professionals. Each short film is designed to open conversations about emotions and safety, and supplies discussion questions.

Kidscape and Elmer the Patchwork Elephant Family Fun Plan (pdf) - Packed full of wonderful resources and activities to enjoy and explore at home

Kidscape Home School Planner (pdf) - Colour (pdf) 

 

Resources for schools

 

Top tips for dealing with bullying guide for schools:

Top tips for school bus drivers (pdf) - what to do if you see a child experiencing bullying on the journey to or from school.

Guide to writing an anti-bullying policy

Guide to writing an anti-bullying policy (pdf)

Relationships education 

Principles of excellence in relationships education - The Principles of excellence in relationships education are an essential tool for school leaders to help young people achieve healthy relationships and can support the Relationship Sex and Health Education curriculum.

These Principles are to support schools to improve the wellbeing of the whole school community by putting healthy and reliable relationships at the heart of everything they do. Fastn, in partnership with practicing educators and  leading relationships organisations including Kidscape, has used relationships research and relationship education practice to help you take action to transform young people’s relationships.

 

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