Slough Safeguarding Children Partnership


What to do if your child is being bullied

No parent likes to think about their child being bullied or to consider if their own child is a bully. Both victims and perpetrators need help and support to address these behaviours. The victim needs the behaviour to stop and to live a normal life and the bully needs to address the reasons why he/she behaves in this way and learn how to stop it.

Here are some websites that give advice on how to help your child who may be being bullied:

Kids Health

Bullying UK gives advice on what to do to help your child, including how to talk to your child about bullying.

You can also contact the Family Information Service in Slough on 01753 476589.