We want to be there for anyone who needs someone to turn to. Whether you are a teacher, parent or student, we want to give you as much help as possible if you’re concerned about cyberbullying.
We’ve collated expert advice, tips from people who have been through it all, and some of our own advice as well – sometimes it’s easier to take advice from people your own age.
Whether you’re experiencing cyberbullying, worried about a friend, or are a parent or teacher and are concerned about a child you know, we hope that our advice is useful to you.
Are you being cyberbullied, or think you know someone who is? Don’t worry, there are people you can tell who can help you. Talk to an adult you trust, or, if you think that it’s getting serious, consider reporting the bullying to an organisation such as CEOP. Read some of our tips on how to resolve the situation, and, in the meantime, remember that you are never alone.
Are you worried that you’re child is being cyberbullied? Even if you don’t feel like it, many parents are in the same situation. We’ve collated advice from parents who have dealt with cyberbullying in the past, parents who are dealing with it now, and experts who have dealt with it a thousand times, so that you can make sure that your child is safe and happy online.
Are you worried that cyberbullying could be going on within your class or school? Do you need to talk to the bully and their parents, or support victims of the cyberbullying? Not sure where to start? We hope that some of the advice on our website gives you an idea of what to do, so that the situation can be resolved as soon as possible.
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