Kidscape is an anti-bullying and child safety charity working towards the prevention of abuse. We provide a helpline for parents of bullied children,
The people we help are from every age group: children and young people from ages 6 to 19, concerned parents and grandparents, teachers and carers.
Parent Advice Helpline (click to find out more from our website)
We offer friendly, impartial, non-judgemental information, advice and support to parents, carers and family members who are concerned about their child or young person being bullied. Bullying may be taking place inside or outside of school, in sports/youth clubs, over social platforms or phones.
You can call us on 020 7823 5430
Our line is open Mon-Weds from 9:30am to 2:30pm (excluding bank holidays). If the line is busy, please try again later or leave a clear message with your name and number and our adviser will call you back.
Advice for Young People (click to find out more from our website)
No matter what, there is never an excuse for bullying and you are not to blame. However, there are things you can do to help stop the bullying, many of which are outlined within this section.
We also know that it is not the only aspect of moving on. We understand that bullies often leave you feeling bad about yourself even after the bullying has stopped.
We have plenty of advice and practical tips on how you can build up your confidence and allow negativity from others to slide straight off you. With a little bit of work and the right support, you can move past bullying for good, and start to feel pride in being you, just the way you are.
Advice for Parents and Carers (click to find out more from our website)
The impact bullying has on children and young people can be serious, but there are actions you can take to support your child and protect them from harm. Within this section you will find plenty of practical tips to help you deal with bullying and its associated issues such as online safety, schooling, raising self-esteem and encouraging positive behaviour.
Email us about specific bullying or child safety situations by completing the form on this page.
- 5 to 11 years old
- 12 to 16 years old
- 17 to 25 years old
- 26 to 64 years old
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