Anti-Bullying


What is Bullying?
Any behaviour that hurts, threatens or frightens another person or group of people. Bullying affects the bully, the person being bullied and people around them.

Types of Bullying:
Physical
Hitting, punching, kicking, taking or damaging other people's things.

Verbal
Name-calling, threatening comments, insults, racist remarks, teasing, sending nasty notes, or making nuisance calls, texts or emails.

Emotional
Deliberately leaving someone out, ignoring someone, or spreading rumours about someone or their family. Teasing or upsetting another person.

Have a look at these links for help and information on anti-bullying.

exclamation_markIf you need help now you can call ChildLine on 0800 1111, call the NSPCC helpline on 0808 800 5000 (textphone 0800 056 0566), or email help@nspcc.org.uk.


 

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