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If you have done everything you can to resolve the situation and nothing has worked, or someone is in immediate danger, there are ways to get help.

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Helpful Advice:


  • It doesn’t matter what colour hair you have; what trainers you are wearing; how you speak; how you walk; how you talk – it is not your fault if you get bullied.  We are all different in some way and that’s what makes us amazing. 

  • Whether you are a boy or a girl, old or young, big or small – bullying makes you feel rubbish and it’s okay to be upset about it.  The important thing is that you tell someone about it. 

  • Write down what happened, when it happened, and who was involved.  If the bullying is online, keep the evidence – save or copy any photos, videos, texts, e-mails or posts.

  • It can be tempting if you are being bullied to take revenge – for example to send a horrible message back to someone; to try and embarrass and hurt the other person, or to fight back.  This is not a good idea – you might end up getting in trouble or get yourself even more hurt. 

  • Think about other ways you can respond to bullying. For example, practice saying ‘I don’t like it when you say that/do that – Stop.'  Think about other people who can help you if you are being bullied – this could be other classmates, or a teacher.

  • Only spend time with people who make you feel good about yourself.  If someone constantly puts you down they are not a real friend/ boyfriend/ girlfriend and not worth your time.

  • Be kind to yourself, and do things that make you feel good, relax and make new friends.  You might make music; write lyrics; draw cartoons; dance; act or join a sports club.  This is your life so make sure it’s the best life possible – don’t let anyone bring you down.

  • Remember to respect other people! Just because someone is different to you and your friends – that doesn’t mean you are better than them or have a right to make them feel bad.  If you mess up, say sorry.  You don’t have to be friends with everyone – but you should always make it clear that you don’t like it when people bully others, and stick up for people who are having a hard time.

Pacer's National Bullying Prevention

Every October, individuals from across the nation – and around the world – unite in a campaign to keep all youth safe from bullying.

The campaign is a catalyst for:

  • Involving a nation to take action at the local level to create safe and supportive schools

  • Offering information and education about how everyone can prevent bullying

  • Providing a platform to hold school and community events

  • Sharing information about the issue through news media, social media, videos and print publications

  • Talking with education and public policy leaders about their roles in bullying prevention

  • Promoting dialogue between educators, parents and students on their roles in addressing and preventing bullying

  • Encouraging organizations to share information about their bullying prevention resources

  • Inspiring everyone to unite for kindness, acceptance and inclusion

  • Helping to create a world without bullying 

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The Next Steps To Recovery:
  1. listens - all pupils and parents and carers are listened to and influence strategies and approaches to prevent, report and respond to incidents of bullying.

  2. includes us all - all pupils, including those with SEN/Disability, are included, valued and participate fully in all aspects of school life.

  3. respects - all school staff are role models to others within the school in how they treat others.

  4. challenges - all forms of discriminatory language – including disablist language –  is challenged taken seriously

  5. celebrates difference – difference is actively and visibly celebrated and welcome across the whole school.

  6. understands - all school staff, pupils and parents and carers understand what bullying is and what it isn't.

  7. believes - all pupils, including disabled children and those with SEN, and their parents and carers are acknowledged, believed and taken seriously when reporting incidents of bullying.

  8. reports bullying - all pupils within the school and their parents and carers understand how to report incidents of bullying.

  9. takes action - we respond quickly to all incidents of bullying. Pupils, including disabled pupils and those with SEN, participate fully in decisions made about them and help to formulate appropriate action to respond to incidents of bullying.

  10. has clear policies - our school's anti-bullying policy reflects these principles and is embedded within other school policies. They are widely and actively promoted to school staff, pupils and their parents and carers.

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