Isabel Muldoon PDHPE

Talk, Report, Support

Talk, Report, Support [CyberSmart]

"Cyberbullying is using technology to deliberately and repeatedly bully someone. By reporting it, talking about it and supporting each other we can stop it."

What is Cyberbullying?

Cyber-bullying is the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.

When someone is getting cyberbullied it can feel like a punch in the face just like when someone is getting face to face bullied.

This can lead to depression and it can make people want to cut or kill themselves and its because of others around us.

Amanda Todd's bullying story

My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm

Cybersmart day at Trinity Catholic College Lismore

Friday, March 27th, 10:45am

1 Dawson Street

Lismore, NSW

Cybersmart is coming to Trinity on the 27th of March to talk to us about bullying.

About what kind of bullying there is and what it does and can do.


What does cyberbullying look like?

  • - Abusive texts and emails
  • - Hurtful messages, images or videos
  • - Imitating others online to set them up
  • - Excluding others online
  • - Nasty online gossip and chat
  • How to deal with it?

  • - Talk to someone you trust straight away—like a parent, sibling, uncle/aunty, teacher or friend
  • - Don’t retaliate or respond—they might use it against you
  • - Block the bully and change your privacy settings
  • - Report the abuse to the service and get others to as well
  • - Collect the evidence—keep mobile phone messages and print emails or social networking conversations
  • If you have been Cyberbullied talk to your mum or dad, teacher, friend or another family member.


    Cyberslap - You don't need a black eye to be bullied.

    Need More Information?

    If you would like more information about cyberbullying or would like some help if you are being bullied just go to the Cybersmart website or the Kids Helpline website.