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Bullying and cyberbullying

Bullying is a repeated pattern of harmful verbal, physical or social behaviour which involves the misuse of power. Cyberbullying is bullying through the internet or mobile devices. Resources are available to help teachers , parents, carers and students create safe and supportive learning environments in Australian schools.
Bullying is not fair.
It feels awful.
You have a right to feel safe.
 
Clontarf Beach State High School Policy:

Resources for students:

 

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  • Cyberbullying what you can do if you’re being cyberbullied and how you can respond if you see cyberbullying, including how to report material.
  • Reach Out and take the steps to create your cyberbullying action plan and hear from other young people.
  • ThinkUKnow find out more about sexting, cyberbullying, online privacy and what to do if you run into trouble online.
  • Rewrite your story is about real stories, advice and support. You can’t undo the past but you can rewrite your story.
  • Young and eSafe offers practical advice by young people, for young people, to help challenge the haters and fakers online.
  • Our special superpower is an animated video to help you learn how to be a safe and supportive bystander if you see bullying happening.
  • Bullying. No Way! animations help you to understand what bullying is and how to respond if you see if occurring.
  • So you got naked online let’s you know what to do if inappropriate content (about you or a friend) ends up online.

Resources for parents:

 

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  • Bullying. No Way! provides information, advice and activities for parents and carers.
  • ThinkUKnow what your child is up to online? The Parents Portal gives you tips and advice for keeping your child safe online.
  • iParent answers many of the questions you might have about protecting and supporting your children if they are affected by cyberbullying.
 

 




 
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