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Bullying help guides and downloads for children and adults

Bullying Help Guides and Downloads

Once you have downloaded one of our help guides, if you have any questions or your situation is particularly complicated. Call 0845 22 55 787 Your call will be prioritized and we will take the time to give you all the free advice you need to tackle your situation. The National Bullying Helpline was established 20 years ago by founder Christine Pratt and is today a leading UK Anti-Bullyiing organisation assisting both adults and children. We are the only anti-bullying organisation providing operational support for the public whether the conflict is in the home, the community, the playground or the workplace.  As a voluntary organisation we are completely reliant on donations and the funds raised from these guides.

Is your child being bullied Guide

Is your child being bullied

Is your child being bullied, is a guide written by the founder of the National Bullying Helpline designed to walk you through every step of the process and help you resolve the problems your child is facing. The guide includes everything you need to know from setting expectations, the role of the school, how to escalate matters to detailed template letters to the school, Headmaster and Governors or Trustees.

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Someone you know is bullying you online guide

Someone you know is bullying you on-line

If someone has posted false, malicious or private things about you online and you believe the cyberbully is someone you know or used to be friends with, this can be very distressing.

 

This guide will help you understand what you can do and how to persuade the perpetrator to stop bullying you.

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What to do if accused of bullying guide

What to do if accused of being a bully

Anyone accused of being a bully will, naturally, be upset. If you are accused, it may be you are being subjected to a form of bullying yourself. Or, it may be, you need some assistance or additional resources.

 

This document is aimed at assisting those who are accused of bullying – whether there is substance to the allegation or not.

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SAR Subject access request Guide and Template

Make a Subject Access Request

You have the right to ask your employer whether or not they are using or storing your personal information. This includes documentation held on your personnel file as well as documentation held by a department line manager or supervisor. This is called making a subject access request or SAR. This guide explains how to make a subject access request including template letter to your employer.

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Is your child being bullied

A step by step guide for parents

This Guide will help ease your distress and enable you to focus on a structured approach which will help your child during this difficult time. You might also be interested to know that Ofsted and The Department for Education have both received and read this Guide and liked what they read. They commend us for the work we do here.

 

The Guide is based on conflict resolution models applied successfully in the workplace with well structured easy to follow instructions and sample letters and guidance to assist in almost every scenario. There's lots of advice that will help your child to help you, as you escalate matters with the School, Governors or local authority

 

The approach recommend is one we believe should be applied in all Schools across the UK. It establishes standards and helps manage expectations all round. We believe it will just be a question of time before the process set out in this Guide will become routine procedure in all Schools.

 

A key strategy for your child in combating bullying is keeping a diary of events. We have teamed up with Paper Things who have kindly donated a number of children’s lockable diary's. Once you have downloaded our guide you will be given the opportunity to claim a free diary for your son or daughter while stocks last.

 

Once you have downloaded this guide, if you have any questions or your situation is particularly complicated. Call 0845 22 55 787 Your call will be prioritized and we will take the time to give you all the free advice you need to tackle your situation.

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We ask for a small contribution of 10.00 for each download. All of the funds raised from these guides will be used to run the helpline and website.

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Thank you very much for this (The Guide for Parents) it is extremely helpful. I was shocked on how accurately you describe the situation with examples of the school’s denial through to the feeling of helplessness of parents.

Includes a FREE lockable diary for your child

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What to do if you are accused of being a bully

Over 80% of managers admit that bullying occurs within their organisation. Few admit to being responsible. Have you ever been accused of being a Bully? In an ideal world we would not need to deal with workplace bullying but unfortunately it happens.

 

This guide, What to do if you are accused of being a bully, will help you understand how to defuse a contentious situation. What measures you should take to protect yourself and it will explain what your statutory rights are.

 

Anyone accused of being a bully will, naturally, be upset. If you are accused, it may be you are being subjected to a form of bullying yourself. You can protect yourself.

 

Once you have downloaded this guide, if you have any questions or your situation is particularly complicated. Call 0845 22 55 787 Your call will be prioritized and we will take the time to give you all the free advice you need to tackle your situation.

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We ask for a small contribution of 10.00 for each download. All of the funds raised from these guides will be used to run the helpline and website.

Someone you know is bullying you on-line

If someone has posted false, malicious or private things about you online and you believe the cyberbully is someone you know or used to be friends with, this can be very distressing. In some cases, photographs, images or unkind comments are being posted on-line without your consent by someone you know, or once knew.

 

This guide will help you understand what you can do and how to persuade the perpetrator to stop bullying you. It contains sample letters which will help you strategise your case and deal with matters moving forward.

 

Provided you know who the person is who's responsible for this behaviour, you can do something about it. Once you have downloaded this guide, if you have any questions or your situation is particularly complicated. Call 0845 22 55 787 Your call will be prioritized and we will take the time to give you all the free advice you need to tackle your situation.

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We ask for a small contribution of 10.00 for each download. All of the funds raised from these guides will be used to run the helpline and website.

Make a subject access request (SAR)

You have the right to ask your employer whether or not they are using or storing your personal information. This includes documentation held on a central HR system or personnel file as well as documentation held by a department line manager, supervisor or team leader, in respect of performance, capability and conduct management processes. This is called the right of access and is commonly known as making a subject access request or SAR.

 

If you are embarking in a formal process at work such as a disciplinary, a grievance, a redundancy, suspension or dismissal appeals process – you should consider submitting a SAR to your employer.

 

This guide explains how to make a subject access request including template SAR letter to ensure you have covered every aspect of your data request.

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We ask for a small contribution of 10.00 for each download. All of the funds raised from these guides will be used to run the helpline and website.

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