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Bullying Information

Bullying can occur in many forms, comprising behaviours such as name-calling, teasing, excluding and ignoring - through to assaults and other forms of abuse. Bullying may result in intense fear, dread and unhappiness among recipients.

Important sources of support include parents, teachers, friends, health professionals and support groups.



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