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BA`s Anti-Bullying Plan

Anti-Bullying and Anti-Violence Plan

Do you know what bullying is?

Bullying is when someone is being made fun of, called names, humiliated, excluded or threatened with violence, whether it's in person, online, by text or by phone, or when someone is being hit or beaten. It's not teasing or a joke that's meant to make the person laugh. It's not a spat between friends that's over and soon forgotten. It's something that keeps on happening, day after day. Victims of bullying feel weak and helpless. Bullies make people feel unhappy, troubled. Victims can sometimes feel like they're all alone.

 

Did you know that the bill aiming to prevent and stop bullying and violence in schools has been adopted into law?  Click here to find out more.

 

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