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Identify Bullying



Bullying is any behaviour that makes someone feel upset, uncomfortable and unsafe.

This is usually deliberate and repetitive and can take many forms.


Verbal bullying can involve attacking or upsetting somebody in the form of speech such

as hurtful words, offensive language, swearing.


Indirect bullying can take on a less obvious form that you wouldn’t directly see/hear.

Examples include: isolating someone, rumours, sharing secrets, cyberbullying, physical intimidation.


Physical bullying is unwanted body contact from the person bullying to the bullied.

Examples include: hurting someone intentionally, kicking, punching, slapping, spitting.