Share this guidance with your staff to give them confidence when talking to pupils of all ages about the war between Russia and Ukraine. Find out how to avoid racist and bullying incidents related to the events, and know how to support pupils with higher levels of anxiety.
Ukraine continues to defend itself after being invaded by Russia last week.
The fast-moving nature of the invasion has led to misleading videos and information being shared online.
BBC Specialist Disinformation Reporter Marianna Spring has some tips on how to spot what's true and what's false.
To access the BBC, circumvention tools can be used, such as the Psiphon app (Android, iOS, Windows, Mac).
The internet and social media are full of facts and opinions. Most are balanced and informative but others can be misleading or even harmful to share with our friends and families. Worse still, false information can often be about important things that impact whole communities, like health or the environment.
If you woke up this morning, looked at the news, and felt increasingly worried about the war in Ukraine, you are not alone. After a two-year pandemic, it's a lot to absorb, and experts agree that feeling overwhelmed is normal.
Here is their advice on how you can take care of yourself, your kids - and others.