Cyber Bullying

cyber bullying is a mean crime

Being sent an abusive or threatening text message, or seeing nasty comments about yourself on a website can be really upsetting. This code gives you seven important tips to protect yourself and your friends from getting caught up in cyberbullying and advice on to how to report it if happens

think before you send

Being sent an abusive or threatening text message, or seeing nasty comments about yourself on a website can be really upsetting

Block the Bully


Most responsible websites and services allow you to block or report someone who is behaving badly

Make sure you tell


You have a right not to be harassed and bullied online.

There are people that can help.

Tell an adult you trust, who can help you to report it to the right place, or call a helpline like ChildLine on 0800 1111 in confidence.

Tell the provider of the service you have been bullied. Check their websites to see where to report
Bullying - Stop It

Don’t retaliate or reply!

Replying to bullying messages is just what the bully wants

Treat your password like your toothbrush

1.Don’t let anyone know your passwords. It is a good idea to change them on a regular basis. Choosing hard-to-guess passwords with symbols or numbers will help stop people hacking into your account and pretending to be you. Only give your personal website address to trusted friends.

anti bullying day

31st Oct - 30th Nov 2016