Help to successfully tackle bullying by reporting it to the school or the police.
- If you suspect your child is being bullied at school, you will need to contact the school
- If you think bullying is happening outside of school, schools can still take action
- On weekends or during school holidays, making a complaint to the police about intimidation, physical attacks or threats can be the best thing to do if the bullies are over 10, the age of criminal responsibility
Cyberbullying in school
Schools have a legal duty to have measures in place to support the person being bullied and to apply disciplinary sanctions to the pupil doing the bullying.
Resources to help tackle bullying
Bullying UK part of family lives offers advice and support whenever you need it.
DfE guidance documents for schools on Preventing and tackling bullying