Anti-bullying


Bullying

by Jasmine and Freya

If you or one of your friends are getting bullied, you need to put a stop to it.

IT IS NEVER OKAY!!!!

It can make people very upset and it can be very offensive.

Bullying isn’t where you fall out with your friend one day and then the next day you’re friends again: it’s where it’s happening day in day out.

Nobody deserves to be treated like this!!!

Types of Bullying

  • Name calling
  • Threatening
  • Hitting, Kicking, biting, scratching, pushing or tripping someone up on purpose
  • Ignoring someone, leaving them out, or not allowing them to play a game.
  • Spreading rumours, talking about you or saying nasty things.
  • Being racist, homophobic or sexist.

What can you do?

There are lots of people to help stop bullying, teachers, youth workers, parent/carers and other adults.

  • Never put yourself in danger, if you see someone fighting or arguing never step in to help, but go and get help.
  • Don’t stand and watch, as this just encourages the bully.
  • Tell the bully ‘this is not okay’ then get help
  • Talk to the person you saw being bullied, check that they are ok and show them that you care.

What can you do about it at our school?

At our school we have a lot of ways to stop bullying. You can talk to the peer mediators, learning mentors, teachers and of course friends. The worry box outside the smile studio is a great way to share your worries. We have special assemblies and anti-bullying day to teach us about bullying.

Stay Safe!

Never give personal information to anyone you don’t know. Information such as:

  • Full name
  • Age
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Any other personal information about anyone.

Safety online

If you are going online to do any competition or online games you can get hacked and bullied, make sure you tell an adult or supervisor. You can talk to the e-cadets in school if you have a worry or question and they will help you out.