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Bullying | Bullying | Explore | ChildLine

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Get help and advice about bullying if you are being bullied at school by other pupils or by teachers. Find out how to stop it and get help.
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If your child is being bullied, read our advice on how to support them. You can also chat to us online for support
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Bullying can happen anywhere and at any time. In fact, most people get bullied at some point or another in their life. It's not just something that happens at school. It can be at home, at work, even somewhere like a football club. You might not even realise you're being bullied. You might just feel that people are picking on you, that you're the butt of their jokes and you're feeling down and worthless because of it. Out of order But just because it's common doesn't mean it's alright. Bullying is out of order, and no one deserves it. People who are bullied often feel that they've done something to make them stand out, that in some way it's their fault. It isn't. Most schools and workplaces have anti-bullying rules. They are there to be used, so use them. It's not easy, but it's easier than having your life made a misery. You aren't to blame so you don't have to accept being a victim. They're the ones with the problem, not you. Sorting It Bullies pick on people …
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Monique Clare Balderson's curator insight, August 26, 2015 12:10 AM

Colin’s role as a Project Manager is not only to ensure all physical work is getting done but to set the standard of workplace behaviour by developing a productive and respectful workplace relationships with the workers to eliminate bullying, to also implement reporting by having response procedures in place and to provide training and education for all workers on his site. Bullying can be eliminate fully or minimized so far as is reasonably practicable by creating a positive work environment where each worker treats each other with respect.  Risk management and control measures that Colin puts in place, such as the ones from above, help to reduce bullying and they are aimed to reach both organisational levels and an individual level. The article explains what the outcomes are if someone is getting bullied and how it effects the victim personally.