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Bullying

Bullying is a repeated pattern of harmful verbal, physical or social behaviour which involves the misuse of power. Cyberbullying is bullying through the internet or mobile devices. Resources are available to help teachers, parents and students create safe and supportive learning environments in Australian schools.

Resources for parents

  • Bullying. No way! provides information, advice and activities for parents, teachers and students
  • eSafety for parents answers to the many questions you might have about protecting and supporting your children if they are affected by cyberbullying.

Resources for teachers

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Read more about preventing bullying and violence

Read about behaviour management procedures for schools and principals.

Take a stand against bullying at your school

Friday 17 March is the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. What’s your school doing? Get involved and send a powerful message that bullying and violence are never ok.

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Finding help

Cybersafety

Read cybersafety information including resources and tips for students and parents

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Last updated
14 March 2017
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