NSPCC speak out over brutal attack on Tamworth schoolgirl



A national children's charity has spoken out after a video of a Tamworth schoolgirl being attacked went viral on social media, sparking a police investigation.
The NSPCC urged people to think carefully before repeatedly sharing videos of bullying incidents, warning that doing so could cause further distress to the victim.
And it reminded bullied youngsters that Childline counsellors are available 24 hours a day to offer confidential support and advice.
An NSPCC spokesman told the Herald: "Last year Childline counsellors handled 25,740 contacts from young people who mentioned bullying... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 45
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