THE DIANA AWARD
Through the ENABLE project The Diana Award are offering a free set of Peer Support resources which provide staff with a step-by-step guide to setting up a student Peer Support scheme in their setting. Also available through the project are 10 social and emotional learning lesson plans and an advice pack on dealing with bullying for parents/carers
Being Me is a free bullying awareness classroom resource that seeks to celebrate difference and promote inclusion by giving young people in Years 5-8 an insight into the potential challenges being faced by their peers.
Stop, speak, support is aimed at 11-16 year-olds who are 'bystanders' of online bullying – it helps them think about how they respond to it and what they can do to stop it spreading
Free anti bullying week assembly presentations, posters, flashcards and more
PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND
Forming positive relationships lesson plan pack: Examine with your students the nature of friendships, identify some of the challenges that can arise and think about how to provide effective peer support
Tools For Schools: A range of Tools and Resources for school staff and other children's workforce professionals to use.
COHESION, HATE CRIME AND PREVENT RESOURCES
A teaching resource created in Dudley to look at and celebrate our differences.
COUNTER EXTREMISM RESOURCES
This resource has been developed in collaboration with school practitioners, extremism experts, the Department for Education and the Home Office. It is designed to reflect recent developments around extremism and empower staff to safeguard pupils as part of a whole-school approach to implementing the Prevent duty.
EDUCATE AGAINST HATE
UK Government micro site about Extremism and Hate for Teachers: https://educateagainsthate.com/teachers/
EDUCATE AGAINST HATE
UK Government micro site about Extremism and Hate for School Leaders: https://educateagainsthate.com/school-leaders/
SHOW RACISM THE RED CARD
Show Racism The Red Card is an anti-racism educational charity: https://www.theredcard.org/resources-and-activities
CROWN PROSECUTION SERVICE
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has launched a anti-hate crime education campaign for schools to help young people tackle the various strands of hate crime, resources can be found below:
Disability Hate Crime LGBT Hate Crime Racist and Religious Hate Crime
SINCE 9/11 is a UK educational charity which was set up on the tenth anniversary of September 11th 2001. The FREE Education Programme focuses on teaching the events, causes and consequences of 9/11 in an attempt to create a better, peaceful and harmonious future.
NATIONAL POLICE CHIEF'S COUNCIL
Counter Terrorism Policing (CTP) have collaborated with specialists from the PSHE Association and Girlguiding to take terrorism safety advice into the UK’s classrooms and youth organisations:
This page will host products that are designed to assist teachers, professionals and those who are working in our communities to promote positive relations and reduce the harm caused by hate crime: http://www.report-it.org.uk/education_support
FAR RIGHT EXTREMISM LESSON PLAN
FAR RIGHT LESSON STRUCTURE
PREVENT TRAINING PROGRAMME 1 - STEREOTYPE
DOMESTIC ABUSE AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
Disrespect NoBody teaching resources on preventing teenage relationship abuse. Discussion guides and session plans to support the Government’s Disrespect NoBody campaign aimed at preventing abuse in teenage relationships
SOMETHING'S NOT RIGHT
These free-to-download lessons from the Home Office, for key stage 3-5 students, support the ‘Something’s Not Right’ campaign on recognising and making disclosures about different forms of abuse.
The lesson plans are downloadable below, and focus on:
Helping young people to recognise abuse
Providing information on where to go for help
Overcoming barriers to reporting abuse
Spiralling Toolkit Guide (Activity Pack): Young People and Domestic Violence and Abuse. ‘Spiralling’ is an education toolkit and film for use as a resource to help prevent domestic abuse in the next generation, by carrying out activities with and for children and young people of all ages. It includes a short film about a young couple’s abusive relationship, and an extensive toolkit of resources and activities to do with young people.
The Expect Respect Educational Toolkit consists of one easy to use “Core” lesson for each year group, from reception to year 13, and is based on themes that have been found to be effective in tackling domestic abuse
MAKING SENSE OF RELATIONSHIPS
ALICE RUGGLES TRUST RELATIONSHIP SAFETY RESOURCE FOR KEY STAGE 4-5
The PSHE Association has collaborated with the Alice Ruggles Trust to release an updated set of three lesson plans and accompanying materials. The lessons promote awareness of unhealthy relationship behaviours and stalking in order to help protect young people from the potential risks in such situations.
WEST MIDLANDS VIOLENCE REDUCTION UNIT
This toolkit offers practical steps to help embed an inclusive approach in all aspects of the setting, with a focus on trauma-informed training and practice, supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing and re-examining behavioural management techniques and risk points. It emphasises providing a positive approach to building children’s resilience and in giving them the life skills they need to overcome any adversity that they may have experienced.
The Birmingham Against Female Genital Mutilation website has a set of resources relating to FGM for Primary, Secondary and Nursery settings. Visit
FORCED MARRIAGE / HONOUR BASED ABUSE RESOURCES
The Sharan Project Our Girl Campaign Resources include a variety of campaign resources aimed at frontline professionals and young people . The Our Girl Teachers Pack is an informative and practical teachers pack aimed at Secondary Schools but could be adapted for other groups as well. Visit http://ourgirl.co.uk/resources-reports/
MATE CRIME RESOURCES
Mate Crime resources are designed to be used to create discussions about positive and negative personal interactions. These learning resources provide a way of initiating a conversation around friendships and the often-difficult subject of Mate Crime.
MODERN SLAVERY / HUMAN TRAFFICKING RESOURCES
MODERN SLAVERY LESSON PLANS (From The Clewer Initiative)
The resources have been designed to be simple for teachers to access and use. Lesson plans are organised by key stage, with each able to be delivered on its own, or as part of a trio of lessons. They are easy to use, with notes explaining how each lesson works, and all the extra materials like slide shows and worksheets already provided.
THE NO PROJECT
Free downloadable teaching material on human trafficking and modern slavery. The lesson plans address diverse aspects of the crime, and approach each real-life narrative with respect and non-sensationalism. The lessons have been specifically designed for older teenagers, young adults and adults who have an advanced level of English as a second language, and there is no required sequence in that each lesson is ‘stand alone’ and independent. You can select which theme you want to focus on. The material can easily be adapted for learners whose first language is English too. https://www.thenoproject.org/lesson-plans/
ONLINE SAFETY RESOURCES
DUDLEY ONLINE SAFETY PLANNING TOOL
The Resource Library enables you to search and view Thinkuknow resources by category and age range. Each resource has a detailed description covering key aims and suggestions for delivery to children and young people
A one-stop shop resource centre featuring parent guides, recommended resources for parents and teachers and more
SAFER SCHOOLS HOME LEARNING HUB
The Home Learning Hub is a free library of resources to support parents and carers who are taking the time to help their children be safer online. Safer Schools have adapted their classroom-based resources to make them easily accessible for everyone. A brief description explains each resource https://oursaferschools.co.uk/home-learning-hub/
BE INTERNET LEGENDS
To make the most of the internet, children need to make smart decisions. Be Internet Legends empowers younger children to use the web safely and wisely, so they can be confident explorers of the online world
FAKE NEWS RESOURCES
NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY CENTRE
A range of educational resources and courses: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/section/education-skills/11-19-year-olds
RSE ONLINE SAFETY QUIZ
A great way to start the term talking about online safety in RSHE
Young Friends is part of Friends Against Scams and has been designed to teach young people aged 8+ about:
• Scams and how they can affect people’s lives
• Different types of scams including – postal, telephone, online and doorstep
• How to protect themselves from being scammed
• How to spot and help a scam victim
STREETWISE BATTLE CARDS
STREETWISE DARKER NIGHTS RESOURCES
The darker nights are well and truly here and safe & sound worked with the youth service and young people themselves to develop some safety advice for youngsters in the borough.
All of the topics covered were decided by the young people based on what they perceived to be issues facing them and their peers, this includes information on personal safety, snowballing, safer travel, internet safety and much more.
Also included is a free resource and interactive quiz for those who work with children and young people, it aims to encourage them to think about how their behaviour may impact on other members of the community and how to keep themselves safe and prevent them from becoming victims of crime during the ‘darker nights’ period.
You can download all of these below.
When It Snows
THINK FIRST RESOURCES
Think First raises awareness of gang culture, youth violence, confrontation and using weapons. It’s based on a music video developed specifically for young people in Dudley, highlighting the issues that really matter to them and the consequences of getting involved in this type of activity.
The project also focuses on early intervention in both schools and other settings across the borough such as youth clubs, and as a result there are over 40 resources available for practitioners to use when working with young people. There’s also a Think First leaflet for parents and carers to help them to spot the warning signs that a young person may be getting involved in gang type activity, including useful links to organisations who can help or offer more information.