This section provides a list of recommended websites with a brief description of each site. Each site provides resources or information on the topic areas of the programme.



Alcohol Concern is the national agency supporting alcohol misuse. They would like to reduce the incidence and costs of alcohol-related harm and to increase the range and quality of services available to people with alcohol-related problems. They provide information and encourages debate on the wide range of public policy issues affected by alcohol. Including public health, housing, children and families, crime and licensing. They support specialist and non-specialist service providers helping to tackle alcohol problems at a local level, whilst also working to influence national alcohol policy.

ASH is a public health charity working for a comprehensive social response to tobacco aimed at achieving a reduction and eventual elimination of the problems caused by tobacco. Fact sheets and information are available for download.

An extensive site which provides information for pupils, parents and teachers.

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is the UK's biggest heart charity. The website contains a number of games, interactive activities, downloads and events for young people in relation to lifestyles, getting to know your heart, food4thought, smoking and illegal drugs.

This is an interactive web site with sections for children and young people, teachers and parents. It provides information about alcohol abuse and personal safety, peer pressure, crime and the law, home and families, online safety and interactive activities.

This provides information and resources aiming for a drug free future. To contact this agency email - Childprotection[at][dot]uk

A bilingual drug and alcohol helpline site. It provides an A – Z of drugs and useful information regarding the helpline. (08006335588) The site includes a link to an online database which will assist you to find helping agencies in your own locality.

This is the cross-government drug strategy website for drug professionals and others interested in the strategy. Content includes publications, events, Drug Action Tear Directory, Public Drugs Campaign Resources, Press releases and the National Drug Strategy.

This is an excellent site for 11-15 year olds with loads of games and activities, which look at drugs and alcohol. It also has links to some great, free to play web-based games. It is definitely worth a visit to D-world as part of the drug scope.

Kids Health is a large site on the web providing doctor-approved health information about children from before birth through to adolescence. Created by The Nemours Foundation's Centre for Children's Health Media, Kids Health provides accurate, up-to-date, and jargon-free health information to use with KS2 and KS3 pupils. It has separate children’s teens and parent sections each with their own design and age-appropriate content. It contains many in-depth features, articles, animations, games, and resources - all original and all developed by experts in the health of children and teens.

An informative site for young people about the dangers of binge drinking, it contains interactive games, scenarios and facts, which can be used on an individual basis or in a group setting.

this is the British Red Cross, web site with educational resources and suggested lesson activities to raise awareness of first aid and emergency techniques.

Re-solv was founded in 1984 by Barrie Liss, OBE, JP and remains the only national charity solely dedicated to the prevention of solvent and volatile substance abuse.

This website has interactive facilities about smoking aimed at children, parents and teachers. It also provides a useful mailing list for most recent information.

Has downloadable worksheets related to aspects of first aid under the young lifesaver scheme e.g. recovery position and emergency phone call, choking, poisoning, etc.

Provides information for teacher’s leaflets on drugs, advice on getting help and also has a link if you are concerned about somebody else. You can e-mail FRANK if you have any unanswered questions regarding substance misuse or phone the 24 hour, seven days a week Help-line on 0800 77 66 00.

Within this web site there is a resource bank for PSE, It contains 97 resources for use with the Foundation Phase, including anti-bullying, behaviour, safety, golden rules and road safety.

This site is packed with information about all aspects of life. This is a good reference for drugs and alcohol with links to other national and local websites. This site is aimed at the 16+-year group.

Drink Wise Wales is a new easy to use bilingual website giving information on sensible drinking. The site allows people to calculate how much they are drinking, and learn about how alcohol affects the body. The web site includes a downloadable drink diary. There`s also information on the number of calories in popular alcoholic drinks, and a game demonstating how alcohol can slow reactions.

Public Health Wales with the support of Welsh Government have developed a project designed to identify new drugs and trends in use across Wales, particularly amongst young people. You can read their newsletter for the most recent trends and information about drugs.

The WEDINOS project allows for the collection and free testing of samples of unknown substances. Samples may be sent in by organisations such as schools. 


A useful topical website about a variety of issues offering resources and materials to support teachers covering human rights issues in the curriculum. 

Provides general information for teachers about all forms of bullying.

This website provides information for pupils of all ages about bullying, the effects and consequences.

The website is mainly for teachers, and as the interface is not particularly child friendly is therefore not appropriate for use for classroom teaching. There are lots of case studies to read about people’s experiences with bullying and how to overcome them, lots of definitions of bullying, types of bullying and how to overcome bullying.

- Create your own no bullying poster

- Read Ben’s Story about bullying

- Discuss the National Survey on Bullying

- Read the problem pages, discuss and class write replies.

- Lots of information for the teacher.

- Play a game where they design a bully and a hero and they have to get away from the bully.

CAFOD is the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, the website provides separate sections for primary and secondary pupils, They contain video clips, quizzes, assemblies, schemes of work and information sheets for classroom use.

This website is an interactive site with sections for children and young people, teachers and parents.  It provides information games and activities for KS2 pupils.

A Christian Aid website providing assemblies and information on current global issues. There a child friendly section entitled ‘global gang’ with educational games and stories to interest to KS2 pupils. 

Is suitable for teachers and KS3 pupils providing information on types of bullying, anti-bullying strategies, causes of bullying etc. 

Upon entering site click on teachers. The site offers a range of ideas and resources for early years, 5 -7years, 7-11, 11-14, 14 – 16 years of age in support of teachers wishing to develop global citizenship in their classroom.

Contains an educational resource section for primary and secondary work. There is a charge for these resources.

A website containing information on road safety by BRAKE. 

A charity involved in finding homes for orphans. The website has a section of news articles that may be useful for discussion.

PSE resources and ideas.  Friendship, learning to share, right and wrong decisions.

Within the website there is a resource bank for PSE.  It contains a large number of resources for use with primary pupils, including anti-bullying, behaviour, safety, golden rules and road safety. 

A website from the AA. Within the teacher zone there are lessons such as “Are you Road Worthy?” Information/facts are also available about Driving/Safety/ Young Driver Issues. Pupils may particularly enjoy the on line driving lesson.


The Room is where children and young people can get information about the Welsh Ambulance Service. Inside ‘The Room’ you can find out what is an emergency and when you should call 999, what different career opportunities are available in the ambulance service. You can also tell us your story if you have ever used the ambulance service.

The Anti-bullying Network supports anti-bullying work in schools. It has a young person section with support materials.

A national road safety charity which aims to prevent death and injury on the roads through education. There is a Kidz’ Zone with materials aimed at different age groups.

The site has become a resource for people using search engines to find reliable information on a variety of bullying issues. It has a site for young people that address issues around cyberbullying and offensive phone text. It has a section for young people that address bullying on school transport.

A website produced by Childnet which looks specifically at the dangers of Internet Chat rooms. This is a site about the potential dangers of interactive services online like chat, IM, online games, e-mails and mobile phones.

Is an interactive web site with sections for children, young people, teachers and parents. It provides information and advice about various forms of bullying, mobile phone safety, peer pressure, crime and the law, online safety and interactive activities for KS2.

Childnet's main website which includes a special children's area called "joinhands" where children can describe what they feel about the Internet. Links directly to Childnet with resources for young people including a moderated Forum, Kidsmart and Chatdanger.

A partnership site between the police, the media and the community to fight crime.

Danger Point has been developed by North Wales Police and is a dedicated centre providing safety education for children and young people.

Children of all ages need to know about road safety. The Think website has many teaching resources which have been developed to meet curriculum targets and a forum to discuss aspects of road safety.

Get Safe is a UK comprehensive, online campaign and national initiative to teach people about basic computer security and Internet privacy.

The site includes a 10 minute guide for beginners, as well as more technical information and guidance for businesses as well as home users.

The Welsh Assembly Government web site houses a number of pertinent documents.

A home learning website that offers brain game and thinking skills. Its learning centre is designed for children between the ages of five and twelve. It also has sections for teachers and parents. The Gridclub Learning Centre has more than 500 games and activities designed for children aged six to twelve. It is one of the most popular websites in the UK because of its fun approach to learning.

Refers to the making of a DVD which it is reported accounts for a marked decrease in incidents. Interactive quiz to recognise real and fake guns and effective posters. Changes to the gun laws. Interactive resources to support a lesson plan.

A guide to internet safety and safe surfing for young people from ThinkuKnow. Learn how to use the computer safely by watching a presentation about Hector and his friends.

Gives details of parents Internet safety seminar and classroom activities which teachers can order. Dedicated to introducing inner city children to quality activities.

The Be Safe Programme, a Home Office site The most complete resource on knife crime in the UK. Offers information about victims, keeping safe, a section for children and young people and how to report crime

The NSPCC helpline is available for teachers and Designated Senior Persons (DSPs), or anyone who has a safeguarding concern or is worried about a child. This additional resource can accessed as a source of help, advice and support. The helpline is available on 0808 800 5000 or email help[at][dot]uk

PowerPoint presentations about making friends and about how we like to be treated.

Road safety Wales has been established to create partnerships between all stakeholders in Wales. The mission is to further casualty reduction through collaborative working. The site has an education section which addresses issues in primary and secondary schools.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of accidents provides advice and information on a wide range of topics. There is a safety and risk education section.

The site offers interesting features and practical advice on all sorts of safety issues. Access videos on a range of topics pertinent to child safety.

The official website of the metropolitan police’s Operation Trident. Contains advice, posters, accounts, gangs and reporting mechanisms.  

PSE resources and ideas for primary teachers. Friendship, learning to share, right and wrong decisions.

Within the website there is a resource bank for PSE.  It contains a large number of resources for use with primary pupils, including anti-bullying, behaviour, safety, golden rules and road safety.

Components on the site include Put down the knife and gun awareness. Includes Knife City DVD.

A website for children, run by CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) which offers advice on how to stay safe on the Internet. It includes inside information on how to stay safe while having fun online and also has a section for teachers and parents.

Wise Kids promotes internet literacy, online safety and further information for young people.

This is an interactive site, which provides follow-up work for pupils after Crucial Crew. The site provides pupils with a fun way of reinforcing important safety messages, providing a computer-based version of the workshops. Children navigate through a game-like environment, where they are presented with a series of choices in relation to health, police, public emergencies, electricity, fire, the seaside and bus travel safety. The site also provides resources for teachers and parents.


The PSE Guidance web site which includes the PSE Framework 2008.

The Welsh Assembly Government web site houses a number of pertinent documents.

The Anti Bullying Guidance ‘Respecting Others'.