Understand the different types of bullying and read our top tips for keeping safe
Bullying has been prevalent in schools since schools became a formalised place of education and this age old problem not only still exists, but it is spiralling out of control and affecting so many young people day after day.
It is the responsibility of all adults to ensure each hour is a safe and happy one and all children and young people receive their education in a caring and protective environment free from humiliation, oppression and abuse.
Find out what you should do if you're being bullied, or if you witness bullying in the workplace
Employers are responsible for preventing bullying and harassment. Find out how bullying can effect the workplace and what you can do to prevent it.
Our training courses are designed for professionals who work with young people in a wide range of settings; schools, youth groups, uniformed organisations, care settings and many others.
If you are being bullied or are concerned about someone who is, you can receive help and support from one of our trained Mentors. We currently do not have the ability to provide support face to face or via the telephone and can only provide an e-mentoring service to those affected by bullying.
If you would like a Mentor to email you, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would rather speak to someone over the telephone, you can call Childline on: 0800 1111
For any community-related issues, such as anti-social behaviour, we would suggest contacting your landlord, the local police or your local environmental health department (where applicable), as we are unable to deal with these types of complaints.