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Bullying Webchat: Monday 5th September 4.30-5pm

Join us for a chat from 4:30pm on Monday 5th September 2016.

Think you’re being bullied and need advice? Don’t know where to go for help and support? Join us online for a webchat on Monday 5th September 4.30-5pm to talk about bullying. A school nurse will be available to talk to you and offer advice. Talk to other young people and share ideas to help you get through a difficult time. Remember….you are not alone.

Remember all of the chats are completely anonymous, safe and secure, see our terms and conditions for more information.

In order to post in our chat section you'll need to login or register some details first. Don't worry we wont display any personal information on the site, and you can choose an anonymous username.
User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:29

Join us at 4:30 to discuss bullying and ask any questions that you may have.

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:32

Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose (www.stopbullying.gov). What are your experiences of bullying?

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:40

Bullying Uk is a useful website with lots of information on how to cope with bullying and support others who are being bullied. Who can you talk to about bullying?

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:45

Hi, I've started a new school and some girls are already picking on me.w ho do I tell?

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:45

Hi, I've started a new school and some girls are already picking on me.w ho do I tell?

User has removed their details User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:49

Hi sorry to hear that you are having some problems at your new school. Is there a teacher that you could talk to? maybe your form tutor would be a good person to approach

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:52

Cos it's a new school, I don't know any of the teachers yet. I've told a friend.

User has removed their details User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:55

If your school has a student support or pastoral team they are there to support you with issues like bullying. Well done for telling a friend, maybe they could help you to talk to an adult in school

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:52

Its a good idea to talk to a parent as well if you can so that they can support you.

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:57

Thanks I will try and talk to my tutor.

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:57

Thanks I will try and talk to my tutor.

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 16:57

Thanks I will try and talk to my tutor.

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 17:00

You're welcome, I hope that you get some support. You can also text the School Nursing service on our Chat Health Service on 07520615387 if your school is in the county or 07520615386 if your school is in the city

User has removed their details / 5 Sep 17:01

Thank you for taking part in today's chat. Further advice on bullying is available on the website.

This chat is now closed!

This chat is now closed, thanks for taking part.

Should you need anymore information on this topic, have a look at:

Health for Teens section:Bullying and Hate: Just the facts. 

Alternatively you could speak to your parent/carer, a trusted adult, member of school staff, your school nurse or doctor.  If there is an emergency then please contact 999 or visit A&E.

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