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Behind prison walls, a team of young men has created an award-winning resource to start conversations about an important issue.
A Parent's Guide to Instagram (external link)is an initiative by the social media giant and online safety organisation Netsafe. It gives parents tips to help their children protect themselves online - whether they have 20 followers or 200,000.
The messages young people see and hear about happiness can affect their mental health. The author of Stuff That Sucks says it is okay to experience emotions that are sometimes difficult and we can learn ways to help ourselves through.
The head of a successful anti-bullying campaign in British schools recently visited Auckland to talk about the key strategy behind the campaign and how it is turning the tide.
The free Netsafe Kit, part of the new 2018 Netsafe Schools Programme, can help teachers and schools to understand and address the behaviours that cause online bullying.
A new campaign developed by students at Thames High School aims to remove the power from bullies by nurturing confidence and self-esteem in those they target.
The Mental Health Foundation is encouraging teachers to plan activities throughout the year to improve students’ wellbeing.
Students at Breens Intermediate School were the first to test the new Sparklers resources for Year 7 and 8 students, and the school is noticing a difference.
Earlier this year, a report looking at the emotional wellbeing of students was released as part of the ‘Education matters to me’ series.
After student voice captured in their Wellbeing@school survey identified bullying as a major concern, Kaitaia College have developed a student-led intiative to change school culture permanently.