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  • Whenever you come to know that your child is being bullied, whether at school or some other place, it is very important for you to take necessary action in this regard. In fact, as a parent, it is your responsibility to teach your children how to tackle the problem. We need to teach our children how to identify a bully and practice them how to deal with bullying, with your child, at home.Yet, luckily, I read an article about like an on-star for phone that has been working perfectly for me and my family. With just a click of a button, you get conferenced with an emergency response agent, a list of people in your so called-safety network, and can even get escalated to the nearest 911.I read it from this article,you can check the app here http://Safekidzone.com/
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  • Bullying at School By Police Constable Andy Jenrick
  • Bullying – is it a problem?
    • 69% of pupils who took part in the survey said that they had been bullied in the last 12 months
    • 50% of those said they had been physically hurt by a bully.
    • “ Every year, more than 20,000
    • young people call ChildLine about
    • bullying, making it the most common
    • problem we’re phoned about.”
    • www.childline.org.uk
  • Types of Bullying
    • Physical Abuse
    • Verbal Abuse
    • Silent Bullying
  • What is Bullying
    • Bullying is a pattern of repeated, intentionally cruel behaviour.
    • A bully is an individual who tends to torment others, either through verbal harassment or physical assaults, or through more subtle methods of force.
      • www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullying
  • Bullying in the 21 st Century…. Cyber Bullying
    • “ Bullying which is carried out through an Internet service such as email, chat room, discussion group or instant messaging. It can also include bullying through mobile phone technologies such as short messaging service (SMS).”
    • www.netalert.net.au/01990-Glossary.asp
  • What are the effects of bullying?
    • Loss of Self Confidence
    • Worrying and Feeling Scared
    • Loss of Sleep or Having Nightmares
    • Becoming Quiet, Moody or Depressed
    • Not Eating
    • Feeling Unwell or Having Headaches
    • Scared to go Out or to School
  • Bullying
    • “ You might hear some people say that bullying is not a big deal, they say it has always gone on and that it doesn’t really harm anyone
    • – this is not true”
    • Taken from “The Young Persons guide to bullying”
    • So what can WE do about it?
    • Let’s talk and find out!!
  • The Power of Friendship