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Are you being bullied?

Information on Bullying


If you are being bullied you can speak to a member of staff at the school/college that you attend. Staff members have a responsibility to safeguard you.


If you don’t feel confident speaking to a member of staff, you can try the following:

  • Write them an email or letter explaining what is happening
  • Speak with a trusted person
  • Contact a support helpline - You can find support organisations below


If nothing is being done to help you, the following steps can be taken:

  • Read the Bullying Policy
  • Make a formal complaint 
  • Speak to a more Senior member of staff 
  • Keep a record of what is happening



Support Organisations


If you would like to access any Information Advice & Support around Bullying, the following organisations are availabile. 

Anti-Bullying Alliance– Part of the National Children’s Bureau

The Anti-Bullying Alliance offers Information Advice & Support around all topics Bullying such as:

  • If you are being bullied
  • Types of bullying and support available
  • Making a complaint 

For further information, you can visit their website on the following:




This website has lots of resources and information for children, young people and their parents on the following types of Bullying: 

  • Social Media Bullying
  • Homophobic and Transphobic Bullying
  • Discrimination, Hate Crime & Equality
  • Faith and Religious Bullying
  • Racism and Racial Bullying
  • Disability Bullying

You can contact them on:

Telephone - 0800 1111




Young Minds is a UK leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

They provide Information Advice & Support on the following:

  • Feelings & Symptoms
  • Crisis Support
  • Conditions
  • Looking after yourself
  • Bullying

For more information, you can contact them on:

Telephone - 0808 802 5544



Bullying UK

This service has a wide range of information to support you with aspects of bullying and steps you can take.  They also offer support on:

  • Bullying and Mental Health
  • Bullying and Suicide
  • Social Bullying
  • Sexting
  • Relationships

You can view their website on the following link:

Telephone - 0800 800 2222