Downloadable PDF activity toolkits to help practitioners deliver violence and knife carrying prevention messages in a variety of settings.
All our resources are free to use and we are happy for other organisations to reference our materials with appropriate credits. If you have any queries, please contact the National Delivery Team.
Information, discussion topics and group activities that can be adapted for facilitating in person or online.
Updated: 5th August 2021
Inspiration for activities that can be delivered at a social distance.
Updated: 31 January 2021
Cards to use when you're out and about. Ideal for detached youth workers and street-workers.
Updated: 3 July 2020
A young person’s bystander guide to understanding how to safely intervene in a situation when someone they know is carrying a knife.
Updated: 2 July 2020
A YouthLink Scotland endorsed toolkit for practitioners.
Updated: 1 July 2020
Designed for practitioners working in youth justice settings to support secondary prevention work with young people who have carried a knife or who may be at risk of making the decision to carry a knife.
Updated: 30 June 2020
This resource supports classroom sessions for secondary school pupils.
Updated: 29 June 2020
Designed to be used with the NKBL film: One Knife, Many Victims (Mark’s Story).
Updated: 28 June 2020
Primary school classroom resource.
Updated: 26 June 2020
Intended to support both an assembly and classroom type sessions for secondary pupils.
Updated: 24 June 2020
Real facts on knife crime for young people, to help them make positive choices for themselves.
Updated: 18 June 2020
A support resource for young people who are training to be No Knives, Better Lives peer educators.
Updated: 15 June 2020
Redesigned to reflect the newest issues tackled by the We-CTV Competition. This can be used by practitioners as an off-the-shelf resource and a way for groups to run their own We-CTV Competition locally.
Updated: 5 September 2018