What is bullying?

Bullying can include:

  • being called names, teased or humiliated
  • posting, commenting on or liking nasty photos, videos or posts about you online
  • being pushed, hit or hurt
  • having money and other stuff stolen
  • spreading rumours or starting group chats about you
  • being ignored, left out or made to feel like you're not wanted
  • being threatened, intimidated or sent nasty messages
  • trolling you or commenting on your posts or pictures saying nasty things
  • someone revealing personal details without your permission
  • targeting you over and over again in an online game.

Bullying is very common but you don’t have to put up with it. You deserve to live a happy life where nobody bullies you.

Tell a trusted adult what is happening. They will help you.

The NSPCC can give you advice and support at any time. Contact them online or call Childline on 0800 1111.