Websites for further information about Bullying
Bullying can leave children feeling angry, frightened and powerless, if children are unable to share their feelings with someone else it can leave them emotionally bruised and exhausted. Their powers of concentration can suffer, adversely affecting their capacity for learning. While children can and do play roughly, in the case of bullying be aware that these ’games’ can be a precursor to vicious physical assaults.
Here you will get information on who you can contact if you have any concerns or questions about your child or teenager in school. This information is intended to be used to inform parents about who they can contact when they have questions or concerns about their child’s experience in school.
A website providing support and advice to families about bullying and all aspects of family life. Family Lives is a charity with over three decades of experience helping parents to deal with the changes that are a constant part of family life.
The HSE provides a wide range of community and hospital based mental health services in Ireland, and these services have seen dramatic changes and developments over the past twenty years. These changes continue, as we move towards providing more care in communities and in clients' own homes. Read about bullying and the Cool School Programme
The Anti-Bullying Network was established at the University of Edinburgh in 1999 with funding from the Scottish Executive to provide free anti-bullying support to school communities. In the first eight years that it operated on this basis, the Network gained a national reputation for the high quality of the services it provided to school communities.
A national anti-bullying website with lots of forums and resources for pupils, parents and teachers. This website contains a number of different pages of information for young people, parents and teachers to learn more about bullying and cyberbullying. What they are, the different types of both and how to effectively prevent and counter bullying.