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Sometimes people think that bullying and conflict are the same thing, but they aren’t. In one way or another, conflict is a part of everyday experience, in which we navigate the complexities of how we interact. Typically minor conflicts don’t make someone feel unsafe or threatened. Bullying, on the other hand, is a behaviour with intention to hurt, harm or humiliate and the person targeted is not able to make it stop.


Bullying and Conflict – What’s the Difference? | PACERTalks About Bullying - YouTube

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If you think your child is being bullied or has been bullied in the past, let us know. Your child may find it easier to talk about it with a trusted adult in school. Here is a link to help you decide if it is bullying and how to begin to help;


Bullying: How to spot it and what to do about it - BBC Parents' Toolkit - BBC Bitesize