This site aims to help beat bullying for children ages six and up, particularly where they do not want to tell their teachers or parents. Each topic explains what bullying is about and the illustrations and categorised topics make it easy to follow. There are also comments made by people who were bullied themselves.Anti-Bullying network
This is an interactive website where pupils are able to choose which cartoon character to ask about bullying. There is also a section for parents or caregivers on how to take action when they feel as though someone is getting bullied.
Very useful for parents of victims of bullying considering legal action. It gives detailed advice on the steps to take within the school including sample letters. There is also useful advice from a solicitor on how to take action, how much it might cost and how effective it might be, plus reading material, school action and contacts.
Learn about bullying through reading, music, drawings, videos as well as poetry from other site users. Find out how you can also help stop bullying by sending in information about bullying. This site allows all kinds of people being bullied to build solidarity, in order to beat bullying.
The website of the free helpline for children and young people in the UK. The charity has an excellent section on bullying aimed at young people in school or college with advice, true stories, ways to tackle the bullies and links to other guidance on a range of other problems.
Brighton and Hove's graphics based anti-bullying website that offers a subtle take on bullying and teens.
Department for Education and Skills: bullying
Their motto is "don't suffer in silence." This site warns about the dangers of cyberbullying as well as typical bullying. There are videos to educate people about bullying and also an advice guide for both children and adults.
Advice on who to tell and what to do if you are being bullied, with extra information about making friends and changing schools.
Information on bullying and a confidential telephone helpline offering emotional support.