Library

We have a range of resources to help our partners develop and deliver NKBL at a local level.

Use the search panel below to download campaign materials, films and animations and practitioner toolkits, such as Sharp Solutions and On a Knife Edge toolkits.

What Would You Do? The role of the bystander in knife carrying prevention

This lesson plan is intended to support classroom inputs to secondary school pupils. It uses multimedia elements to explore the role and reality of the bystander. Through the resource, young people will understand why it is important to do something if they know that someone else is carrying a knife.

Films, Toolkit
Updated: 17 September 2018

Knife Carrying Prevention Work in Youth Justice Settings

This resource is for practitioners working in youth justice settings. It is specifically designed to support secondary prevention work with young people who have carried a knife or who may be particularly at risk of making the decision to carry a knife.

Toolkit
Updated: 06 June 2018

‘What did I see’ Lesson Plan

Lesson plan to accompany 'What did I see' training


Updated: 21 February 2018

What did I see PowerPoint

'What did I see' training PowerPoint presentation


Updated: 21 February 2018

My Options - Session plan

Session plan to accompany 'What did I see' training


Updated: 21 February 2018

NKBL Integrating Knife Crime Prevention and Education into Curriculum for Excellence

Guide for integrating knife crime prevention and education into Curriculum for Excellence.

Good Practice, Guide, Toolkit
Updated: 11 September 2017

Playing it Safe

Playing it Safe - Primary School Resource

Toolkit
Updated: 07 September 2017

Lesson Plan Presentation

This Lesson Plan is intended to support both an assembly and classroom type input to secondary pupils.

Toolkit
Updated: 07 September 2017

Lesson Plan

This Lesson Plan is intended to support both an assembly and classroom type input to secondary pupils.

Toolkit
Updated: 23 May 2017

We-CTV Members Sketchbook

We-CTV Members Sketchbook, this can be used by practitioners as on off-the-shelf resource and a way for groups to run their own We-CTV Competition locally.

Toolkit
Updated: 18 June 2015