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  • 'Some people think bullying is just part of growing up and a way for children to learn to stick up for Some people think bullying is just part of growing up and a way for children to learn to stick up for themselves.However, bullying can make
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    • Bullying: .
    • What is bullying?
      • Bullying is intentional (not an accident) a bully hurts someone on purpose.
      • Bullying is repetitive. This means that the bully hurts someone over and over again, it isn’t an incident that happens only once.
      • In general, bullying is where one person acts like they have more power than another, and does whatever they can to hurt that person.
    • Different forms of bullying.
      • Physical: e.g. kicking, hitting and damaging their belongings.
    • Verbal: e.g. name calling, taunting, threats and making offensive remarks.
    • Indirect: e.g. spreading nasty stories about someone, gossiping and excluding people from social groups like games.
      • Injuries
      • Pain
      • Worry and Stress
      • Difficulty in making friends
      • You can become a bully
      • Sad
      • Low confidence
      How could we feel if we get bullied?
    • What is a bystander?
      • A witness
      An onlooker An observer
    • Get help, do not look on, do something! Bullying: See it, Get help, Stop it. Say no to bullying! Don’t just stand there, do something!