This aim of this section is to provide access to a wide range of information and support available to parents/carers and young people. Direct links are provided to the main national "anti-bullying" websites where you can find a whole range of advice and support and to key national and North Yorkshire Local Authority documents.
There is also a helpline number below for parents and carers to ring for direct information, advice or support.
(Please note: the photographs in this website were taken with the consent of the children involved in a staged environment - this is not a real bullying incident)
Related information from NHS Choices
More than a third of children and young people say they've been bullied. Find out about the different types of bullying; getting help with bullying; cyberbullying; homophobic bullying; and advice for parents from the Bullying page from NHS Choices.
My daughter was bullied
When Maria's* daughter Sam* moved to secondary school, she was bullied by a group of girls who had been her best friends at primary school. To read about this real-life case of bullying and how it was resolved, see the My daughter was bullied page from NHS Choices. *The names in this article have been changed.
If you're being bullied, you may feel isolated or frightened. You may be finding it harder to make friends or to talk to people your age. You don't have to put up with the bullying. The Bullying help page from NHS Choices explains how you can get support and stop the bullying.
Parental advice lineTel: 01609 538960