e-Bug (Early Years/Key Stage 3)
e-Bug, operated by the UK Health Security Agency, is a health education programme that aims to promote positive behaviour change among children and young people to support infection prevention and control efforts, and to respond to the global threat of antimicrobial resistance.
e-Bug provides free resources for educators, community leaders, parents, and caregivers to educate children and young people and ensure they are able to play their role in preventing infection outbreaks and using antimicrobials appropriately.
The e-Bug programme, operated by the UK Health Security Agency, provides free resources to support children and young people to play their role in infection prevention and control. This includes free educational resources for schools to introduce students to microbes, hygiene, vaccinations and antimicrobial resistance.
BBC Bitesize – GCSE (Key Stage 4)
Beat the Bugs Community Course
Beat the Bugs is a six-week community hygiene course aiming to equip people with information to keep themselves and others healthy by preventing the spread of infection and learning about treating infections.
Antibiotic Guardian Youth Badge
Antibiotics are special medicines that treat bacterial infections. However, bacteria are becoming resistant to our antibiotics making it harder than ever to treat infections. This is called antibiotic resistance and is one of the biggest threats facing us today because it can lead to more deaths and complications for people receiving medical treatment.
Health Protection in Education
Health protection in children and young people settings, including education – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)