Useful Resources

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Department of Education and Skills logo The Department of Education & Skills issued new Anti-bullying Procedures for Primary and Post-primary schools. You can download the document here 2013 Anti-Bullying-Procedures-for-Primary-and-Post-Primary-Schools

You can also access The Department of Education & Skills anti-bullying advice for parents and students here


abc-logoAdditional information, resources, and assistance can be accessed through The Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre (ABC),
 Dublin City University,
 Dublin 9. Tel: (01) 700 6580. Fax: 01 700 5222.


spunout_logoSpun Out – Ireland’s Youth Information Website has an excellent Online Safety Hub to give you all the info you need about the various social media sites.


Excellent school resource to counter homophobic and transphobic bullying in post-primary schools from GLENthe Department of Education and the education partners. Click link to download “Being LGBT in School”







Excellent school resource from the INTO and GLEN to counter homophobic and transphobic bullying in primary schools.Click link to download INTO_GLEN_Primary_Teachers_Resource









Great resource from NSPCC. Lets talk PANTS is a simple way to teach your child how to stay safe from abuse, and to help with #consent conversations for young children…

We recommend this resource from NSPCC in our ebook for parents – it gives a very useful framework that’s age appropriate for young children, and should be helpful for parents that struggle with “awkward” conversations, or just don’t know where, or when, to start.


Free resource for schools from WEBWISE  “Lockers”

LockersLockers is a new information and education resource. It assists schools in coping with and preventing the sharing of explicit self-generated images of minors. Intended for use with Junior Cycle SPHE classes, Lockers is supported by a newly developed animation and six lesson plans. Also included in Lockers is an information section for school leaders. This 25-page section informs principals on the context for sexting among young people, the laws that can come into effect when underage sexting occurs and the implications for school policy. Order hard copy from WEBWISE or download here Lockers






rteThe Diary of Leanne Wolfe.





Based on the diaries of 18 year old schoolgirl Leanne Wolfe who died by suicide in March 2007 The Diary of Leanne Wolfe is an excellent documentary produced by RTE Radio 1.



A Parents’ Guide to Filtering

This booklet is intended to advise parents on the benefits (and the shortcomings) of filtering technologies. It outlines how they work and encourages parents to use them as part of a package of measures to block inappropriate content from their children.

This booklet was produced for the Internet Advisory Board by the SIM research centre, DCU




TEENAGE LIVES is a series independently produced by Paradise Pictures, screened on TV3 it features Sticks & Stones at the Salesian College, Celbridge in Episode 2.

Episode 1 looks at sex and sexuality

Episode 2 looks at peer pressure and bullying.

Episode 3 looks at identity and the pressures young people feel to fit in.


THE WEB WE WANT – a resource for young people about your rights and responsibilities on the World Wide Web.

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