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My Child is being Bullied

If you think your child or a child you know is being bullied it is important to take immediate action. Bullying can happen at any time and to any child.

Talk to your child's teacher and get advice from                  The Anti Bullying Network or Bullying UK or KIDSCAPE

Bullying is a frightening experience.  It can isolate and damage a child or young person's self-confidence.  Ongoing bullying can have a serious, long-term impact on a child's wellbeing. 

Bullying can include :

  • Persistently calling hateful or hurtful names
  • Making things up to get children into trouble
  • Hitting, pnching, biting, pushing and shoving
  • Spreading rumours, for example, on social networking sites like 'Facebook' (Cyberbullying)
  • Threatening, tormenting or intimidating children
  • Making silent or abusive phone calls

Bullies who continually harm other children are likely to be experiencing difficulties of their own.

By reporting your concerns you will :

  • Protect your own child
  • Get help for a child who may be in need of support
       

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