Colaiste na hInse

Bettystown
Co Meath
Made by ISPCC to support anti-bullying in Irish Schools. Your info goes to the school bullying admin not ISPCC.
Your data is not stored just emailed to school. Form is hosted on ISPCC site with a secure certificate.

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Bullying is when a person or group keeps saying or doing things to hurt or control another person in a harmful way. 
 
Bullying is unacceptable behaviour which makes the person being bullied feel afraid or uncomfortable and it should NOT be considered a "normal part of life".
 
Bullying can happen to anyone at any age, it can happen anywhere - at school, on the way to school, at home, in the playground, on your computer or your phone.  Bullying is unacceptable behaviour which makes the person being bullied feel afraid or uncomfortable and it should NOT be considered a "normal part of life". 
 
These are some ways children and young people have described bullying:
  • being called names
  • being teased
  • being pushed or pulled about
  • having money and other possessions taken or messed about with
  • having rumours spread about them
  • being ignored and left out
  • being hit, kicked or physically hurt in any way
  • being threatened or intimidated
You are always able to speak to a teacher of your choice or the principal or guidance teacher in total confidence. But you may also like to use the following helpful sites & numbers.
 
  • If you would like any further support for any bullying concerns you can contact Childline on 1800 666 666 to speak to a trained volunteer on the matter
  • You can also use our text service by simply texting the word "Bully" to 50101 and follow the instructions sent back. The text service is open from 10am to 10pm, 7 days a week
  • You can also read bullying support pages on: www.childline.ie
  • You can chat online with a Childline volunteer anonymously at www.childline.ie open 10am-10pm everyday.