Growing positive connections with other students and the broader school community can enhance students' cognitive, behavioural and emotional engagement.
Watch the growing connections video and use the teaching and learning activities to highlight the importance of connections in preventing bullying, and help students identify the connections they have in their lives.
Be kind online
The animation series Be kind online encourages young people to block content, report it, and support each other if they see or experience cyberbullying.
The series communicates to young people that it is important they know that they are not alone and help is always available.
Share these videos with your students and start a conversation to help identify, understand and respond to cyberbullying.
For Years 3–6
For Years 7–12
Empowering student voice
The Empowering student voice classroom resource provides an opportunity for open discussions about bullying.
Through authentic student voice, students consider, discuss, and contribute to the creation of appropriate and relevant strategies to respond to bullying in their context.
Information of Teachers provides an overview of the implementation of the Student voice classroom resource, as well as curriculum and theoretical links.
Lessons have been packaged into age-appropriate levels, however, can be edited to suit individual school settings and class needs.
Additional teaching resources