Anti-bullying week

#bullyingis everyone's business

14-28 November 2016

Teachers' Resources

See also our our page for parents and pupils

The following resources and activities have been provided by our partners for teachers to use during Anti-Bullying Week. These resources are available for use during the week but can be utilized as part of your school curriculum at any point in the year.

The partners represented are:

  • Cardiff Against Bullying, Cardiff Council’s Anti-Bullying Team
  • Barnardo’s Cymru
  • Changing Faces
  • SJEd Consultants
  • Children in Wales

The All Wales School Liaison Core Programme's anti-bullying work can be found at (Lesson "Sticks and Stones") and (Lesson "Breaking The Cycle").


Each agency, along with the All Wales School Liaison Core Programme is committed to tackling bullying in the school community and elsewhere. 

The Welsh Government have prepared leaflets and posters for anti-bullying week, which can be downloaded from the Learning Wales site

1.Caerdydd yn Erbyn Bwlio - Cardiff Against Bullying.

Cardiff Against Bullying, Cardiff Council’s dedicated anti-bullying team, works in partnership with schools, charities, the Police, young people's services, parents and young people to support children and young people experiencing bullying or bullying others. We support schools, youth and community settings to provide safe environments for children and young people which are free from bullying.  CAB aims to work to reduce incidents of bullying and create a supportive environment where children and young people feel safe. 


2.Barnardo’s Cymru 

Barnardo's Cymru provides 88 services across the country working with vulnerable children, young people, families and communities, helping them to build a better future.

At Barnardo’s, we believe in children regardless of their:

  • circumstances
  • gender
  • race
  • disability
  • or behaviour.

We believe in the abused, the vulnerable, the forgotten and the neglected. We will support them, stand up for them and bring out the best in each and every child.Whatever the issue, we believe that with the right help, committed support and a little belief, even the most vulnerable children can transform their lives and fulfil their potential.The active involvement of children and their families in developing our services is vital. Their input helps us deliver the services which best meet their needs.


3.Changing Faces 

Changing Faces is the UK’s leading charity supporting and representing people with conditions, scarring or marks that affect the appearance of their face or body.

We seek to enable everyone whether directly affected or not to face disfigurement with confidence.


4.SJ Education Consultancy

SJ Education Consultancy provides specialist advice, support and training to aid schools and professionals in developing a positive preventative ethos and help them identify, respond and

reduce incidents of bullying behaviours in their settings.  Offering a series of workshops and training events suitable for use in schools with students and education professionals, SJ education Consultancy can tailor the events to meet individual needs and requirements.