Let's Fight it Together
Developed by Childnet International and the Department for Children, Schools and Families in the UK, Let’s Fight It Together is a short film based on real events addressing the issues related to cyberbullying.
It depicts the story of a teenager who becomes the target of bullying via the internet and his mobile phone. The film shows a number of ways in which cyberbullying can occur, who it involves, and how it can affect different people in the school community.
The film has been adapted for Australian audiences and the supporting resources include Australian video footage and an Australian user guide.
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Let's Fight It Together resources adapted for Australian audiences
The Let's Fight It Together resources were developed by Childnet International and the Department for Children, Schools and Families in the UK and have been adapted for Australian audiences by the ACMA. New material includes supporting Australian video footage and an Australian user guide. The resources have been mapped against the Year 7 and 9 National Statements of Learning for ICT.
Supporting resources and lesson plans:
Guide to using Let's Fight It Together - designed to help users make the most of Let's Fight It Together. It contains essential preparation and follow-up activities for schools, as well as support materials which should be viewed before screening the film. It also provides tips for parents and carers. View the Guide to using Let's Fight It Together (PDF 1.15mb)
Cyberbullying - a whole-school community issue - Learn more about cyberbullying, how to respond and how to develop and promote a culture of responsible technology use. Read about Cyberbullying - a whole-school community issue (PDF 760kb)