Bullying in our school is unusual and if it happens we act to put things right. But bullying can happen out side school too: at a club or in the park.It can also happen on line So it is important for us to know what to do should we experience it ourselves or see someone else who is on the receiving end of bullying.
There are more details about staying safe on line on the e-safety page.
This website is really useful for children who are being bullied and don’t know how to solve the problem . Also it gives good advice to grownups to help their children stay calm. This website is also appropriate for all ages
If you are being bullied remember to ……
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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