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My child is being bullied / cyberbullied

BeatBullying has partnered with Parentdish. Our ongoing partnership will bring you information and advice on bullying, including what parents, family members and children can do to help.

If you are a parent, and are worried that your child is being bullied, help is at hand.

How can BeatBullying Help?
BeatBullying provides young people aged 11-17 with a safe place to access real-time, online support from trained mentors, who are young people their own age they can talk to. The mentors offer support and advice, and professional counsellors can also provide more in depth therapeutic support. Please see ‘About This Site’ for full information about the site.

Information and Support for you
If you are looking for more detailed advice on how you can help your child being bullied in school, please read and watch the resources we have on our BeatBullying website.

The information here includes:

  • Talking to your child
  • How to approach the school
  • Your legal position
  • Plus useful links and resources

If you would like to speak to someone in person for advice and guidance, please contact Parentline on 0808 800 2222 or through their website.

Suspecting that your child is being bullied can be difficult for parents and guardians. If you would like emotional support, you can call Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90 or contact them through their website.

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