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.

  • Playing it Safe

    Playing it Safe - Primary School Resource
    Toolkit

    Updated: 26 June 2020

  • Lesson Plan

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

    Updated: 24 June 2020

  • NKBL Integrating Knife Crime Prevention and Education into Curriculum for Excellence

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

    Updated: 21 June 2020

  • Sharp facts

    Real facts on knife crime for young people, to help them make positive choices for themselves. View the Sharp facts interactive.
    Toolkit

    Updated: 18 June 2020

  • Peer Educators

    This handbook is a support resource for young people, like you, who are training to be No Knives, Better Lives peer educators.
    Toolkit

    Updated: 15 June 2020

  • 10 years of NKBL

    Reports & Evaluations

    Updated: 18 June 2019

  • Bystander: What Would You Do? – The Last Day of School

    Bystander: What Would You Do? - The Last Day of School
    Films & Audios

    Updated: 1 February 2019

  • Bystander: What Would You Do? – Evie’s Options

    Bystander: What Would You Do? - Evie's Options
    Films & Audios

    Updated: 1 February 2019

  • Bystander: What Would You Do? – This is What Really

    Bystander: What Would You Do? - This is What Really
    Films & Audios

    Updated: 1 February 2019

  • Annual Reports

    FINAL NKBL Annual Report 2017-18
    Reports & Evaluations

    Updated: 30 January 2019

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