Bullying at school

When your child is being bullied at school, it can be very stressful and confusing on what steps to take to get the bullying to stop. You can find advice in this section on contacting the school, next steps if school does not resolve the bullying with template letters, supporting your child if bullies have taken their friends away, moving schools and more. 

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Estimated read: 7 minutes It is totally understandable when a young person doesn't want to go to school because they are experiencing bullying. When ...
moving school because of bullying
Estimated read: 6 minutes  Moving schools is not always the answer. You might think that it would be a good idea to move to a new school if...
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Estimated read: 8 minutes  In the first instance, at a primary or junior school, see the class teacher and explain your worries in a friendly no...
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Estimated read: 5 minutes  If your child has been bullied at school and you are unhappy with the way it has been handled or the bullying has con...
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Estimated read: 7 minutes  It can be really distressing for families to find out that the bullying is still continuing even after involving the ...
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Estimated read: 8 minutes  When a child confides in you that they are feeling targeted by a teacher, it can be difficult to know what steps to t...
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Estimated read: 8 minutes  This advice is aimed at giving you the information you need to know about pupil behaviour and bullying in schools. Th...
bullying at independent or private schools
Estimated read: 10 minutes Independent and private schools have a much larger degree of autonomy than state schools, so there is no local education a...
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Estimated read: 6 minutes  There can be many reasons for parents to want to see their child's records. If your child has been bullied and you wa...

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