Bullying Resources

 

Advisory Centre for Education - Advice line for parents on all matters concerning schools - 1c Aberdeen Studios, 22 Highbury Grove, London N5 2DQ Tel helpline: 0207 354 8321 (Mon-Fri 2-5pm)
Anti Bullying Campaign - Advice line for parents and children, 185 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UF - Tel: 0207 378 1446 (9.30am-5.00pm)
Children's Legal Centre - Publications and free advice line on legal issues. Tel: 01206 873 820 (Mon-Fri 10am-12.30pm and 2pm-4.30pm)
Kidscape - Has a wide range of publications for young people, parents and teachers. Bullying counsellor available Monday to Friday 10-42 Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W 0DH Tel: 0207 730 3300
Parentline Plus - National helpline for parents. 520 Highgate Studios, 53-79 Highgate Road, Kentish Town, London NW5 1TL Tel: 0808 800 2222 (Mon-Fri 9-9, Sat 9.30-5, Sun 10-3)
Bully Free Zone - 23 Palace Street, Bolton. BL1 2DR Telephone:01204 454958 Fax:01204 457467 Web: http://www.bullyfreezone.co.uk
 

Tips for dealing with Text and E-mail bullying – (c) Jackie Cox

All main mobile phone service providers have anti-bullying services.  If you receive bullying texts or e mails, do NOT reply to them, do NOT delete them, please discuss them with someone in authority. Please DO contact me if you want to.  

Boosting your self-Esteem – (c) Jackie Cox

Of course it's OK to have ups and downs in your feelings, but having low self-esteem isn't OK. Feeling like you're not important can make you sad and can keep you from trying new things. It can keep you from making friends or affect how you do at school. Having strong self-esteem is also a Read More …