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Bullying


Running away, non-attendance at school, other learning and behavioural difficulties for no obvious reason. Your child has injuries with no feasible explanation for them. See someone at the school for their support and action. If bullying is happening outside school, consider contacting the family of the child who is bullying and try to find a way to work together to sort it out. Refuse to put up with bullying. Walk away, tell an adult or friend and avoid fighting. Parents listen to your child, reassure and be there for them. Talk to your child about their school day. Teach your child to respect others from a young age. Teach your child that prejudice and bullying is unacceptable. Contacts:
  • Carmarthenshire Education Welfare Service 01267 246531
  • Childline 0800 1111
  • Kidscape 08451 205 204
  • Samaritans/Samariaid 0845 7909090
  • BT malicious caller 0800 666 700


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