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If you’re being bullied, you may feel isolated or frightened. You may be finding it harder to make friends or to talk to people your age. You don’t have to put up with the bullying.
To stop the bullying, speak to someone. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. It's the first step to resolving a situation that's not acceptable. Everyone has a right to feel safe at school, and your school is obliged to prevent all forms of bullying.
There are many people who will listen and help. Tell someone you trust, such as a parent, carer, teacher or friend. If you feel you can't talk directly to any of these people, write them a note.
Sometimes, people think that talking to a teacher or parent will make things worse. If you’re worried about this, call ChildLine in confidence on 0800 1111, explain the situation and ask for advice. ChildLine advisers will help any child or young person whatever the problem, and they won’t judge you.
To protect yourself from bullying:
Here are some ideas you may want to try to see if they stop the bully from picking on you.
Simple things may help:
If you are being bullied by mobile telephone or online:
Whatever you choose to do it is important to speak to someone about it as soon as possible so they can help.
Listed below are several helplines and organisations that can help you stop the bullying.
Call ChildLine in confidence on 0800 1111,
explain the situation and ask for advice.
Bullybusters: 0800 169 6928
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