Download our range of posters, resource and activity sheets to display and use in your school, college, organisation or workplace. Our resources are free to download by clicking on the link below each one.
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Making the Leap
Transition marks a period of time between experiences, movements or changes in a person’s life, such as, starting secondary school. The information in this brochure may help ease any fears you have about your transition to a new school.
Don’t Stand By
This flyer is full of helpful information and guidance for younger children to help them understand, recognise and talk about bullying.
A concertina style download for young people that is full of anti-bullying help, information and guidance.
Understanding Bullying for Parents/Carers
An information brochure to help parents and carers to determine the best course of action to approach the school, support their child and ultimately stop the bullying.
Bullying Hurts – Inside and Out
It’s time to talk about bullying! A general information flyer.
Dadlwythiad yn null concertina i bobl ifanc sy’n llawn cymorth, gwybodaeth ac arweiniad gwrth-fwlio.
Peidiwch â sefyll o’r neilltu
Mae’r daflen yma’n llawn gwybodaeth a chanllawiau defnyddiol I helpu plant ifanc I ddeall beth yw bwlio ac i siarad amdano
Friendship is important and this poster encourages primary age children to help others who may be feeling lonely.
Use this poster to help young people understand the difference between conflict and bullying
Bullying is not just limited to the school playground and this poster highlights the issue of workplace bullying.
Mae cyfeillgarwch yn bwysig ac mae’r poster hwn yn annog plant oed cynradd i helpu eraill a allai fod yn teimlo’n unig.
Mae bwlio yn achosi cymaint o ddifrod nas gwelwyd o’r blaen ac mae ein poster ‘Iceberg’ yn tynnu sylw at hyn.