This section collates all the resources and links used in this information hub, for both teachers and young people.
Clicking on the logos and links will take you to the websites and materials.
Information on the law and Hate Crime
A downloadable, detailed explanation of Hate Crime. Useful as a guide in classroom discussion.
Get Safe Online
A comprehensive website detailing how to report online hate, and other measures that can protect you when using computers, phones and tablets.
Get The Trolls Out
Links to a downloadable booklet summarising how to counteract hateful behaviour Twitter. Suitable for older students who are considering creating a campaign against online hate (Year 10 and above)
UK Safer Internet
A useful teacher resource for developing curriculum content. Contains activities and resources covering every aspect of online safety.
Reporting Online Hate
To report to the Police, you can use their online reporting form on the link below
Young people and those who work with them or care for them can call Stop Hate UK’s Young People’s helpline for advice and support in dealing with online hate. To find out if this service operates in your area, click here
Spotting Fake News
A newspaper article useful for teachers and young people researching fake new and how to spot it
Counter Narrative Information
This link takes you to a comprehensive site with lesson plans and activities on the subject of online hate speech. The site is still under development but has plenty of information on for teachers.
Please click on the posters below to download a copy for your own use.
These worksheets are based on scenarios that explore the issues around hate speech online by telling personal stories. This is a useful resource for classroom use, particularly Key Stage 3.
This is a detailed manual on Hate Speech and Counter-narrative aimed at teachers and older students who want to be active against hate speech.
Reporting Online Hate
Clicking on each icon below reveals information on how to report hate speechwithin various platforms. A useful interactive reference resource for teachers, carers and pupils.