You always have the right to feel safe at school. It is never your fault if bullying happens to you.
• tell the person to stop
• use neutral language to respond to the bullying, like 'maybe' or 'that's what you think'
• walk away
• try to act unimpressed.
• talk to your friends and ask for support
• talk to your parents
• talk to your teacher.
• tell the person acting like a bully to stop
• talk to a teacher
• don't watch or join in
• try to change the subject
• try to comfort and/or include the person who's being targeted
• explain to the person being bullied that it's nothing to do with them—it's about the other person's behaviour.
• don't respond to the message or image
• save the evidence
• block and delete the sender
• report the situation to the website or Internet Service Provider
• tell trusted people—friends, adults, teachers, parents and police if necessary.
Remember...bullying hurts and it should not be part of anyone's growing up.
If it is happening to you, tell someone. If you need to know more, or you need to speak to someone there are always people who can help.