Advice for adults working with children
Kidscape is here to help adults build supportive communities where all children feel safe from bullying and harm.
Read our top tips for dealing with bullying
Take a look at our guidance for schools to support them with dealing with bullying:
Top tips for school bus drivers (pdf) - what to do if you see a child experiencing bullying on the journey to or from school.
Learn what to do if children call everything bullying
Expert advice from former Kidscape CEO, Lauren Seager-Smith.
Help tackle Islamophobic Bullying
To put up a poster in your school about identifying Islamophobic bullying, see here.
Signpost children and their families to resources
You may want to signpost to the following resources:
- Help with bullying and relationships e-book for children and teenagers
- Top tips for parents and carers
- Top tips for children and young people
- A Parent's Guide to Friendship
For other adults working with children
Become a Kidscape Community Leader
Kidscape delivers free Community Leaders training for any adult or young adult who works or volunteers with children and young people. Kidscape Community Leader training helps you to identify and challenge bullying behaviour, and create a supportive community safe from bullying and harm. Find out about Community Leaders.
Take part in Kidscape Bullying Awareness Training
If you are looking for more in-depth training in bullying prevention and response and are based in a school or college, we would encourage you sign-up for Kidscape Bullying Awareness training.
ZAP in Schools
Kidscape ZAP in Schools programme supports children in years 5-8 with bullying awareness and practical tools to increase assertiveness, build confidence and help manage bullying situations.
Peer Mentoring Training
Support to set up a peer mentoring programme in your school or youth setting.