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Anti-Bullying - Children's page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is bullying?

 

Bullying is when someone:

 

  • makes you unhappy by being nasty on purpose
  • when someone always thinks it's fund to make you sad or angry
  • if they won't stop when you say "I've had ENOUGH!"
  • if they often say unkind things about you
  • if they never let anyone talk to you
  • if they take your friends away and leave you alone
  • if they kick you or punch you or hurt you on purpose
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You may ask yourself why do they bully me?  What have I done wrong? Why me?

 

IT ISN'T YOUR FAULT!

 

Bullies bully because they have a problem.  They need a victim.

 

How can I stop them?

 

TELL your Mum

TELL your Dad

TELL your teacher or if you are scared to speak to someone, email headteacher@st-peters-sittingbourne.kent.sch.uk or write Mrs Owen a letter and post it through the new confidential post box in the hall.

TELL every grown up until SOMEONE listens and helps you

TELL a friend and ask your friend to help you tell an adult.

 

WHAT should I do?

 

  • Stand up straight
  • look the bully in the eyes
  • walk away without saying a word
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If the bully continues to bother you:

 

TAKE A BIG DEEP BREATH, AND SAY "NO" VERY LOUDLY.

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