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  • Why do bullies bully?
    Want to know how to support your child if they become a victim of bullying at school? Our experts explain why people bully and share practical tips to combat it.
    Average read time: 5mins read

    Bullying is a horrible fact of life and can affect us at any age. If your child is being bullied, use our action checklist to help them understand why it’s happening and how they can beat it.

  • How to spot signs of bullying at school
    Concerned your child is being bullied at school? Follow our practical advice for parents to understand the signs of bullying and what you can do about it.
    Average read time: 6mins read

    Worried your child is being bullied and not sure how to tackle it? Use our action checklist to spot the signs of bullying and help beat it.

  • Girl bullies: understanding different types of bullying
    If your child is being bullied, there's a lot you can do to support them. Our practical guide explains the different types of bullying and how to deal with them.
    Average read time: 7mins read

    It’s a sad fact that most young people experience bullying at some stage. But while boys and girls are equally likely to be on the receiving end, for a girl it’s more often hidden to the casual observer. That’s why it’s important for parents to recognise the signs of bullying among girls and be aware of its dangers.

  • Sticks and Stones: help your daughter deal with teasing and bullying
    The Stick and Stones video and action checklist will get you & your daughter talking about 'mean friends' and teasing as a result of body changes during puberty.
    Average read time: 5mins read

    During adolescence, girls are hypersensitive about their appearance and body changes during puberty, and may be more susceptible to teasing and bullying. Help your daughter feel confident about her changing body – and be more sensitive to the feelings of others – with the Sticks and Stones video and action checklist.

  • Help your child understand the impact of being a bystander to bullying
    How can we stop bullying when we're neither the bully nor the victim? Read our advice and tips for parents and share them with the young people in your life.
    Average read time: 5mins read

    Bullying doesn’t just impact those directly involved. Perhaps your child isn’t a bully themselves, but has been a ‘bystander’ – someone who does nothing, even when they see someone being teased or bullied. They may think they are doing the right thing by keeping quiet – so it's important to teach them that by challenging a bully, instead of being a bystander, they can stop hurtful behaviour taking place.

  • The Letter Challenge: dealing with bullies
    Are you a parent wondering what to do about bullying? Use our Letter Challenge video and activity to raise the issue with your child and boost their confidence.
    Average read time: 5mins read

    If your child has experienced bullying, we hope these anti-bullying activities will help them. Use The Letter Challenge video, activity and action checklist to give your daughter or son the confidence they need to put bullying behind them.

  • Peer pressure: help your child to be themselves
    Negative peer pressure can knock teens' confidence and self-esteem. Help your child learn how to deal with peer pressure with our tips and expert advice.
    Average read time: 6mins read

    During adolescence, your child might want to avoid ‘sticking out’, but there’s no need for them to pretend they're something they're not. Use our action checklist to help your daughter or son resist peer pressure and enjoy being themselves.

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