Bullying for parents

Information and resources within this section will help parents that sense their child may be experiencing bullying or if they believe their child might be the instigator of bullying.

Definition of bullying Definition of bullying

While the definition of bullying is broad and can occur in a variety of environments it usually is a relationship problem and requires relationship-based solutions.

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Types of bullying Types of bullying

There are many different types of bullying that can be experienced by children and adults alike.

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Signs of bullying Signs of bullying

Spot the different signs of bullying and some of the symptoms.

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How to stop bullying How to stop bullying

You may have noticed your child is showing some of the signs of being bullied.

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How to stop cyber bullying How to stop cyber bullying

One in 10 young people are cyber bullied every few weeks. The effects of this type of bullying on young people today cannot be underestimated

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Effects of my child bullying others Effects of my child bullying others

What you can do if your child is bullying others. What are the effects of the bullying?

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How to stop the bullying of other children How to stop the bullying of other children

Stopping bullying might include talking about other children who are being bullied.

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Bullying hurts brochure Bullying hurts brochure

The Bullying Hurts brochure resource is available in 7 languages.

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What is covered in the bullying for parents section?

This section covers a range of diverse topics, ranging from how to spot behaviours that might be signs of your child being bullied, to how to keep your child safe with technology.  This section is designed to empower; offering ideas and strategies to parents to make sure that your child grows and thrives in a safe and nurturing environment.

While the bullying for parents section was never meant to be a comprehensive deep look into the topic, it should help you educate yourself about the topic and some common ways to try to approach these types of situations.

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