Bullying - is your child the victim or perpetrator?

publication date: Apr 27, 2007
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In all cases of bullying the perpetrator must be made to apologise and see that this behaviour is unacceptable. However this child needs your love and support as much as any child who finds himself the victim. Many children who become bullies have themselves been bullied – and sometimes this is by parents or other adults.

Your child may be a bully if he:

Signs your child may be being bullied:

All schools have to have a written policy on bullying. And whether your suspect your child of bullying or being bullied you should involve the school who should help with strategies to resolve the situation.

www.kidscape.org.uk has a range of resources for parents and pupils to counteract bullying.

 
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