Bullying is a frightening experience which can isolate a child and damage self-confidence.
Unfortunately, bullying takes place both in and out of school. Parents, carers, teachers, and other professionals have a duty to take action if they suspect or discover that a child is being bullied.
Bullying can seriously affect your child. It doesn’t just involve physical abuse – it can include emotional and verbal abuse, racist remarks and cyberbullying.
The impact of bullying can often be underestimated. It is important that as a parent or carer you can recognise the signs and impact of bullying and get help for your child.