What is Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is when someone uses the internet, email, online games or digital technology to threaten, tease, upset or humiliate someone else. Sometimes people choose to bully other people using the internet or a mobile phone as it feels safer this way because it means the person doing the bullying can’t see how much it hurts the other person. Telling someone you trust could help you report the cyber bullying and give you more confidence to deal with the situation. If someone is bullying or threatening you, something can be done to stop them and you should report it to an adult you trust.
- Don’t keep it to yourself -Tell an adult you trust
- Don’t reply to any nasty messages you receive.
- Don’t share, comment, or like any bullying posts.
- Tell the police if something is serious.
Talk to us
If you would like to talk to someone at school, please come and talk to Mr Paddy, Dr Taylor-Mullings or a member of your year team.
For more information on this subject, please see the resources below or follow the links to some useful websites: