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Types of bullying

Verbal Bullying : The bully saying things to you

• Name Calling, not just calling you names but calling your loved one names this can be very hurtful

• Threatening you, by saying an older brother or sister is going’ to hurt you, or they are waiting for you after school.

Physical Bullying

• Hitting, kicking, biting, scratching, pushing, tripping you up on purpose. Anything that hurts you by touching you is physical bullying. This is also a criminal offence and nobody is allowed to hit you!

Indirect Bullying

• Ignoring someone, leaving them out or not allowing them to join in a game

• Spreading Rumours, talking about you behind your back and saying things that are not true or will hurt you

• ‘The bad eyes’, someone glaring or giving you threatening looks, this is very difficult to prove but can be just as distressing

Technological Bullying

• Internet abuse, with modern technology we can create websites to share with our friends. Putting pictures of people on the internet is very dangerous as we do not know who will see the pictures, it is also possible to say nasty things about people

• Chat rooms, using MSN or other chat rooms to threaten someone or talk about someone

• Abusive text messages, sending nasty text messages and not knowing who they are from

• Happy Slapping, this is when you use a phone or a video camera and film someone being slapped or attacked unknowingly. This is assault and we would always advise you to report any happy slapping incident to the police.

• Silent or abusive phone calls