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You don’t have to like me, agree with me or enjoy the same things I do…but you do have to respect me.



Bullying is both behaviour and impact; what someone does and the impact it has on a person’s capacity to feel in control of themselves. We call this their sense of ‘agency’.

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Children and Young People

If you're being bullied, it can be difficult to know what to do or where to turn, to make the behaviour stop and to help you to manage your feelings. But you do have options...


What is bullying?

Bullying is a mixture of behaviours and impacts; what someone does and the impact that it has on you, which affects your ability to feel safe and in control of yourself.

What are my options?

If you or someone you know is being bullied, this short video explores some of the options you can consider, to help you feel like yourself again.

Guidance for Adults

Whether you’re a parent, carer, teacher, football coach or youth leader, finding out that a child or young person is being bullied, or is involved in bullying, can be daunting. How we react and respond to bullying behaviour is key to reaching a successful outcome for everyone involved.

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An anti-bullying policy should be the net that holds together all of the procedures and practices relating to anti-bullying in your setting.

Anti-Bullying Practice

A culture that encourages respect, values opinions, celebrates difference and promotes positive relationships will make it difficult for bullying behaviour to flourish or be tolerated.


Our publications, videos, and campaign resources offer practical advice and guidance for adults and children and young people.


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