Bullying is not "child's play". Know the signs and make it stop.
Bullying is not just a problem for a minority of children; it is a widespread problem that can affect one in three young people. Our research with young people revealed that there are common signs that young people will display if they are the victim of bullying or something is causing them distress. It's important to note that some children may show one sign - whereas others may show a combination of signs. The important thing as a trusted adult is to know what these signs are, and thereafter to know what you can do to help make the bullying stop (and not make it worse). Below is a website that features all this information, as well as some helpful links for more support and advice.