Home Help for families Information & Advice Education Bullying Helping your child respond to bullying
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You can help your child learn positive ways to respond to bullying and build their confidence and self-esteem.
Try some of the following:
Another way to support your child is to work on building their confidence.
More suggestions from parents and resources are included in our parent guide Dealing with bullying [PDF].
Remember to let your child know:
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