Brummie parents warned bullying does not stop during school holidays



Parents are being reminded that just because school holidays have started, there is often no break from bullying for some young people.
Childline’s counsellors are increasingly finding that with the growth of social media and children’s ability to remain connected to peers at all times via mobile devices, bullying is becoming a 24/7 issue.
Bullying was the fourth most common reason for children to contact the free and confidential helpline in 2015-16.
And there were 697 counselling sessions about online bullying at Childline’s Birmingham base that year.
This was up from 411 in 2011-12.... read more

 
27 July 2017 in Regional West, Views: 30
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