Anti Bullying Flyer

By Melissa Privitelli & Emily Dunn


There are many different types of bullying.
  1. The different bullying types are Physical bullying which involves hitting, shoving, pushing, tripping, and other kinds of force. Verbal bullying involves hurtful comments, name-calling, teasing. Social bullying involves using relationships to hurt someone.

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Strategies for coping with being bullied

You should tell your parents because they want what is best for you and the don’t want you to get hurt.

Talk to your teachers because they want to stop the bullying as soon as it happens. if you don’t try and stop it at the beginning it will become out of control and harder to fix.

If the bullying is happening online then don’t respond to it, screenshot the messages or photos and show them to an adult or a friend who will be able to help.

Health resources aimed at supporting victims of bullying

Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline helps young people age 5-25, you can talk to someone about anything that is going on. The helpline is 24/7. 1800 55 1800


Support and advice in a personal crisis. 13 11 14

Your teachers, a counselor or your friends

Recommended website for student use

This website has ‘What is bullying’ with three subheadings ‘definition, the role kids play and related topics.’

In the definition it has the types of bullying, the definition of bullying, when and where can bullying happen and Frequency of Bullying which i think is good for people to learn what bullying is and the types of it.

In the role that kids play it has not labeling kids and kids who are involved with bullying, I think that it is good that we don’t label kids that bully, or that are being bullied.

The website also has cyber bullying and it has what is cyber bullying, how to prevent it and how to report it. This is a good because the internet is a big part of the world and we are constantly on the internet so it is good that we know what can happen.

The effects of bullying when growing up physically, socially and mentally

  1. This is how bullying affects people:

    • anxiety.
    • depression.
    • backaches.
    • stomach-aches.
    • physical injuries (broken bones, lacerations, etc.)
    • dizziness.
    • irritability.

Effects of Physical Bullying

If a friend, family or yourself is suffering Physical Bullying most likely you will face

  • Depression
  • Feeling not good about yourself
  • Unequal to everyone else
  • Diffrent
  • Anxiety
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Effects of Social Bullying

If you are getting Social Bullying you can feel

  • Like you have no friends
  • Depression
  • Unimportant
  • No body cares about you
  • Like everyone hates you

Effects on Mental Bullying

Mental Bullying is when people make you believe bad things about yourself. If you go through this you can suffer

  • Hurting Yourself
  • Feeling unequal
  • Unwell
  • Unfit
  • Not healthy

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