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Cyberbullying Contributed anonymously by a Level 2 Safeguarding Online course delegate All resources in the "Safeguarding Resources" section of our resource bank have been submitted by delegates on our Level 2 Safeguarding Online courses. For more information about this practical, self-paced course, please visit http://www.pivotaleducation.com/level-2-safeguarding-online-for-schools/ and http://www.pivotaleducation.com/level-2-safeguarding-online-for-colleges/
Cyberbullying is the repeated intentional malicious taunts, abuse, threats and harassment, using technology such as mobile phones (texting) or the internet (social media networking sites)
I think, I’m being cyberbullied, what should I do?
There are a number of steps you should follow ………………. There are a number of steps you should follow ……………….
What to do if you think you’re a victim of cyberbullying Don’t reply; this may make things worse and, you too can be labelled a ‘cyberbully’ Do not delete any messages; these can be used a ‘proof’ Report the cyberbully; ‘block’ them and inform the site administrator
What to do if you think you’re a victim of cyberbullying NEVER agree to meet them in person, particularly if you don’t know them, inform your parents, teacher or an adult you trust, especially they become persistent You must inform the Police if your safety and security is at risk Remember you can report cyberbullying in School; the School will have a policy and procedure to cover such incidents
School exemplar for reporting cyberbullying Students and parents are able to report incidents via a dedicated emailing system email@example.com The email should include the following information: Date of incident Time of incident A brief description of the incident The Head of E-Learning will then take appropriate action
Is there anything we can do to avoid becoming a ‘victim’ of cyberbullying?
Yes, there are a number of steps you can follow ………………. Yes, there are a number of steps you can follow ……………….
Avoidance Tips Avoid sending anything others may find offensive NEVER give out any personal details Don’t give in to ‘peer pressure’ by passing on any abusive or cruel messages NEVER agree to meet up with people you don’t know, inform your parents, teacher or an adult you trust, especially if they’re persistent
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