With back to school season officially here we felt it was time to compile some of our more popular and useful articles about bullying in school into one location. This Bullying In School Roundup Of Tips is a great place for you to come to learn, educate yourself and others and seek out resources to help your child. With every start to a new school year come new chances to prevent and combat bullying. Make this year the best and easiest year for your child yet.
BULLYING IN SCHOOL ROUNDUP OF TIPS
No matter what age your child is, you want each school year to be fun, educational and stress free for them. If bullying is a possibility in their lives, this isn’t going to happen. This year concentrate on how you can prevent bullying in their schools and creating a relationship they feel comfortable communicating with you in.
TIPS FOR UNDERSTANDING TYPES OF BULLYING
In these articles, we shared the best definitions for types of bullying, easy fact sheets to help you prepare for bullying in school and statistics that may surprise you.
What Is Bullying? A Easy Definition For A Difficult Problem
Bullying Fact Sheet: A Quick Guide For Parents
School Bullying Statistics And Our Education Choices
Teen Bullying Statistics And Your Child
Social Bullying And Your Child: What Is It And How Does It Affect Kids?
RESOURCES FOR PREVENTION AND CARE OF VICTIMS OF BULLYING
Finding resources for helping prevent bullying in school can be a challenge. We have some fantastic tips for finding good organizations that can help, along with alternative activities that you may not have thought of yet. Check them out!
Bullying Prevention Activities
Teasing Vs. Bullying – Is There A Difference?
Anti Bullying Organizations: Where To Turn For Help
As you can see we have spent a lot of time over the last few months bringing you different information regarding bullying in school. Our children are our future. We desire to see them become successful, well rounded and stable individuals. While this list is not comprehensive, it is a great starting place for you to learn more and educate your friends and family. This year your child doesn’t have to be a victim. Open the lines of communication, and begin to take a stand against bullying in school and in your life.
Is there a topic on bullying in school that you would like to see us cover? Let us know in the comments!
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Thanks for these tips and resources for bullying as my son has had issues with bullies in grade 1 already!