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Cyberbullying films

Here you will find key resources to help address the issue of cyberbullying. These include Childnet's cyberbullying film, Let’s Fight It Together, and a unique drama documentary produced by students with accompanying lesson plan.

1) Let's Fight It Together

What we can ALL do to prevent cyberbullying

Still frame from the film 'Let's Fight it Together' of a boy at a computer.

 ‘Let’s Fight It Together’ is an award winning film produced by Childnet for the Department for Children Schools and Families to help sensitise young people to the pain and hurt which can be caused by cyberbullying.

Can I have a free copy?You are able to view the film online or order a copy here. There are also interviews available describing each characters experience from their different perspectives.

A full Teachers’ Guide and lesson plan has been produced by Childnet for teachers to help in the preparation of showing this film and looking at the issues of cyberbullying which the film addresses.  The full guidance for schools on preventing and responding to cyberbullying which Childnet produced for the DCSF is available here.

Upon viewing the film please fill in the online evaluation form.

2) Student Drama 'Laugh at it, you're part of it'

Documentary in which Students record their responses to cyberbullying with extracts from their devised drama. A full practical drama lesson plan accompanies this film. Watch it here …

Laugh at it you're part of it

Year 11 students from Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College, SE London, create and devise their own response to cyberbullying …

3) Digizen interactive

The cyberbullying interactive is a resource that enables teachers to follow on from the cyberbullying DVD 'Lets Fight It Together', and personalize and reinforce the learning from that film. Using the technology that children are using, the cyberbullying interactive allows children to log on to a computer and create their own character that goes into the same school where cyberbullying has taken place. Pupils have the opportunity to experience a day at school with the main character, Joe, and make decisions about how to help someone who is being cyberbullied. In the course of this they will find out how responsible a digital citizen they are and they will also find out more about keeping safe online.