No-one has the right to make you feel bad or unsafe, and no-one deserves to be bullied.

Bullying is anything that others do to you Several Times On Purpose and which makes you feel upset, scared, or hurt.

Bullying can happen in and out of school, and teachers and other adults who work with children and young people have a duty to take action to look after you - this includes both your emotional health and physical safety.

 

Please don't suffer in silence - try to find someone you trust who you can talk to about it - a friend or a trusted adult can only really know how things are for you, and then help you work out what you want to happen, if you talk to them.

If you aren't ready to talk to someone you know, you can always call Childline 24 hrs a day 7 days a week on 0800 1111

Children at Eastfield Primary School took part in an anti-bullying project and wrote and performed their own video to share what they found out with others. Click here to find out more about how they created this amazing film.

For more information about bullying take a look at these great websites

  • Childline - for general information and advice about bullying, messages boards, videos and true stories from children and young people
  • Online bullying - information and resources are available from Childline and Childnet
  • EACH - a freephone Actionline for children experiencing homophobic bullying: 0808 1000 143 FREE. It's open Monday to Friday 10am-5.00pm
  • Kidscape - advice and information for young people about bullying and what you can do about it.

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