Get ready to be inspired by the posters created by Oxfordshire's young anti-bullying campaigners!
Bullying is a really common problem, so you need to know how to stop it happening, and what to do if it does happen to you, or to someone else
The Anti-Bullying Competition Winners have been announced! Take a look at the winners here!
Self harm: spotting the signs, identifying risks and helping someone at risk
The winners of the multimedia and poster competitions for Anti-Bullying Week 2015.
Everyone feels stressed sometimes and it can be useful and motivate your mind. But if you feel too much stress, too often, and can't calm down, then there may be a problem.
Bullying isn't just a problem for young people at school. Most people are bullied at some point in their lives. But if you are bullied, you can take action.
These posters and other resources were created by young people who entered the Annual Oxfordshire Anti-Bullying Week Competitions
Feeling safe is a crucial part of being safe; here are some ways to help yourself feel better.
Why are some people bullied, while others bully?
Using computers, tablets and mobile phones to hurt, annoy or harass people is bullying. Learn how to protect yourself and help others fight cyberbullying.
Worried about gangs? If you or a friend are thinking about joining a gang, are already involved, or want to leave, you can find help and support here.
Think safety, whether you are at work, doing work experience, or seeking work
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or Questioning - find out more about sexuality and gender identity.
The theme for Safer Internet Day 2016 was Play your part for a better internet - across Oxfordshire, young people entered our Safer Internet Day competition; you can see the winners here
The internet is an important part of life and learning, but you should be aware of problems you might have online and take steps to be safe.
If you or someone you know has been the victim of a crime, it pays to know what to do.
You can take action to stop bullying happening in your school.