What is BULLYING?. N n. What is cyberbullying ?. Examples of cyberbullying ?. Why is cyberbullying so dangerous?. If you are being cyberbullied . Don’t reply to any nasty messages you receive in order to defend yourself or retaliate. This can encourage the bullies
Don’t reply to any nasty messages you receive in order to defend yourself or retaliate.
It ensnares you in a vicious cycle of tit for tat
It can spiral out of control
It may end up upsetting you more.
If you are being bullied on a social network, delete your profile, make it temporarily inactive or stop using it.
Keep a copy of any abusive texts, emails, comments or messages that you get.
Record the date and time they were sent.
there is always a trail.
Keeping records is essential when it comes to reporting the bullying & identifying the guilty party/parties.
No one has the right to bully you or make you feel bad. If you are being bullied, don't put up with it.
Tell someone about it.
A Year Head (Mrs Crummey/MsMcIntyre)
A teacher you get on well with
Your 6th year buddy
The school nurse (Mrs McTernan)
The school chaplain (Fr Larry)
Any member of staff
Never allow yourself to be made a victim.
Accept no one else’s definition of you : Define yourself!
A bystander = a passive bully
If you’re not against the bully, you’re with the bully. You decide.
It could be you next!
Don’t deliver the bully’s message on for them by continuously telling a friend to read what has been said about them on a social networking site.
You’re playing into the bully’s hands.
You’re perpetuating the cycle of bullying.
stress & desperation...
depression & isolation
Your outlook on life & your studies
Your experience of school & sports
Your relationships in and out of school
Your own headspace