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Bullying

As a parent or carer, you may be concerned that your student is being bullied at school.

Signs of bullying include:

If you discover that your child is being bullied at school, let them know:

Don't trivialise bullying. Take it seriously because bullying and harassment can have serious long-term consequences.

Where to go for help

Encourage your child to talk to someone at their school. This might be a teacher or the head of the department, counsellor or guidance officer, or anti-bullying or anti-harassment officer. You may want to call the school to check that your child has spoken to someone about the problem.

A key resource available to schools, parents and students is the Bullying. No Way website.

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