- Website with information and resources relating to bullying and other child protection issues
- Comprehensive training offer for teaching staff and pupils that includes cyberbullying and peer mentoring (there is a charge for this service)
- Website with information and resources relating to e-safety and cyberbullying
- Information and resources for Safer Internet Day 2015
- Helpline operated by the UK Safer Internet Centre offering professionals who work with children across the UK support, advice and mediation with online safety issues. The helpline can be contacted by email: email@example.com or telephone on 0844 3814772 (calls on this number are charged at local call rate).
- Website with information and advice for teachers and resources suitable for primary and secondary age pupils relating to e-safety and cyberbullying
- Action line for children and young people with concerns about homophobic bullying
- 24 hour helpline for children and young people with concerns about bullying 0800 11 11
- Online support for children and young people with concerns about bullying
- Website with information about bullying including a new short video to build the confidence of children that have been bullied
- Website available to all with information, advice and good practice for young people, professionals and parents
- Training across UK and Ireland: Training targeting victims, perpetrators and bystanders. Young people can be trained to recognise bullying behaviour and its root causes as well to help their peers tackle bullying online and offline. Professionals can be trained to lead on Anti-Bullying work and support a peer led programme/student team
- 24 hour helpline for parents and carers that have concerns about bullying 0808 800 2222. They also have an email facility.
- Free helpline for parents and carers of disabled children that have concerns about bullying0808 808 3355.
- Free advice guides and training for parents and carers relating to bullying
- Network of parent support groups
- Website with information and resources for parents and carers about protecting children online www.thinkyouknow.org.uk
- Website with information and advice for parents and carers on how to keep your child safe online including how to make a report online