anti-bullying week 2014Anti Bullying week 

If a child tells you they’re being bullied, the first thing to do is to listen!

Talking to the school

To stop the bullying, it’s essential for you or your child, or both of you, to talk to the school. Think about who would be the best person to approach first. Discuss this with your child because there may be a particular teacher your child feels more at ease with.

Your school nurse is available to talk to on 02476 961418

All the organisations listed below provide support and information to parents.


Family lives
Family Lives is a charity that runs a free, confidential 24-hour helpline for parents.

Call 0808 800 2222 to speak about any parenting issue, including bullying.

Bullying UK

The Bullying UK website, which is part of Family Lives, has a dedicated area for parents.

Kidscape is an anti-bullying charity that runs a telephone advice line for parents and carers and there is extensive information for parents and carers on its website.

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has an information sheets for parents.

Childnet International
Childnet is a charity that promotes safe use of the internet by children. Its website has detailed information about bullying online, including a section for parents.

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