Schools are to be ordered for the first time to record all incidents, education minister John O’Dowd has confirmed…
A new survey shows that over a third of teenagers in Ireland using social media stay glued to screens to see if anyone has commented, ‘favourited’ or ‘liked’ content they post.
Many kids will be headed back to school in a few weeks. Most will be happy to see their friends but some are dreading the end of summer because it means they will have to face bullying.
According to a recent survey by Action for Children, approximately 60 per cent of young people admitted to bullying others online, in order to fit in with the crowd.
At just 13 months, babies can comprehend what constitutes bullying, friendship and what it means to be a bystander, a study has found.
Washington Parish Sheriff Randy Seal cautions parents about a new social media tool that has emerged in Washington Parish and is being used as a mechanism for bullying.
The negative consequences of peer-victimization on children and adolescents are major public health concerns which have been subjected to extensive research.
According to new Danish research published in the scientific periodical Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the risk of suffering from depression is increased by a factor of nine among those who are the victims of bullying.
In anecdotal tales of schoolyard bullying, young girls spread rumours and alienate their victims, while boys push and shove.Bully 4U is a non profit Anti Bullying Service for Irish Schools
Bullied children and their families need to be reassured that what is happening isn’t their fault, says Jenny Hulme