ANTI - BULLYING
What is Bullying?
Any behaviour that is deliberately intended to hurt, threaten or frighten another person or group of people. It is usually unprovoked, persistent and can continue for a long period of time.
Types of Bullying
Hitting, punching, kicking, taking or damaging possessions.
Name-calling, threatening comments, insults, racist remarks, teasing, sarcasm, sending nasty notes, or making nuisance calls, texts or emails.
Deliberately leaving someone out, ignoring or spreading rumours about someone or their family. Tormenting, ridiculing, or humiliating another person.
If you or your friends are being bullied, then there is help for you here!
The 'links' page has websites with more information and advice,
about Bullying - ways to get help and who to get help from.
If you need help now - go to
There - 4 - Me
A website for young people aged 12-16.
Provides confidential, one-to-one online advice
You can send a private message to an adviser and receive a personal reply.
You can also phone Childline and talk to an adviser on 0800 11 11
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