What is Bullying?

Bullying is intentional negative behavior that’s repeated and involves an imbalance of social or physical power. Bullying doesn’t just affect the students being bullied. It can cause emotional harm and reduce academic achievement for all students involved.

Bullying Resources from OTB

Anger Management


– A Practical Resource for Children with Learning, Social and Emotional Difficulties

This is a comprehensive, practical resource that facilitates the development of children’s belief in their own ability to change and equips them with the skills to achieve change.

Anger Management Toolkit, The


 – Understanding & Transforming Anger in Children & Adolescents

Young people often express themselves through anger, in sudden outbursts with little pause for thought and out of proportion to the trigger. This innovative toolkit suggests alternative responses and ways of understanding the underlying causes, with ideas that can be adapted for individuals or groups.

Bullies, Cyberbullies and Frenemies


Written by Kidscape founder Michele Elliott, Teen Life Confidential: Bullies, Cyberbullies and Frenemies is a friendly, kind and practical guide to navigating tricky relationships and beating the bullies.


Bully Off!


Helpful Handbooks for Parents, Carers and Professionals


This contemporary series of 10 handbooks (A5) covers a range of topics about the social and emotional challenges that a young person may encounter. Select an individual book from the dropdown menu to LOOK INSIDE.

Homophobic Bullying Discussion Cards


Help young people explore the sensitive area of homophobic bullying with this set of discussion cards

Learning and Behavior: Active Learning Edition (8th Edition)


Show students how to examine learning through an evolutionary lens as Chance/Furlong’s Learning and Behavior (8th Edition) demonstrates how learning has evolved as a biological mechanism to aid in survival.


Life Skills


No More Victims


Trusting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, who are oftentimes socially isolated, are especially vulnerable to online predators. Finally, we have a resource to help prepare them for the minefields they may encounter on the Internet.


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