Teenage bullying: what to look for and how to help
Information for parents to work with school staff on a plan to stop bullying. Suitable for 9 to 15 years.
There is no place for bullying, aggression or violence in learning environments that value, teach and model respect and inclusion
You have an important role to play that starts with talking to your child about what they can do to build a safe and positive learning space for everyone. Every member of the school community has a right to feel safe and protected from bullying. Bullying can have long-lasting effects on those involved. It’s important to help your child take a stand against anti-social behaviour and to develop strategies for dealing with conflict situations.
Help your child learn how to be a respectful and responsible member of their school community.