“It would be naive to think you have never been bullied”

Dominique Scherer – Co-founder of BULLYOUT

What To Do When The Bully Is Your Child’s Teacher

Bullying at School

Bullying in schools has been an issue for everyone, especially to children. As a normal parent does, you should always monitor your child in their class to avoid any problems like school bullying. Most of the children experience bullying with their schoolmates, friends and other strangers around them. But what would you do if your child’s teacher is the one who bullies? Do you know how to take appropriate actions under this circumstances? Read and follow these guides to solve and avoid school bullying.

Know the Entire Story

You should identify how the bullying started or when did it happen. Investigating what really happened can help you discover the cause of the issue. You can carefully ask questions to your child on how he feels. Bullying is a very sensitive issue for any victim especially to a child with an innocent mind. You should get all the facts from your child. Ask for your child’s side before approaching the teacher. This is essential for parents to be prepared when handling bullying like this.

Support Your Child

Supporting your child in this situation is very important. A child who is a victim of bullying can experience stress and anxiousness in going to school. This can trigger emotional stress to a child which can lead to being upset or fear in seeing the bully. You can give your child space and time to recover from the issue. Encourage your child and make him feel more positive. A child will be having a hard time telling the truth or the whole story. Parents should know how their child feels emotionally and come up with an appropriate action to avoid further damage to the child.

Talk To The Teacher

You can try to get the side of the teacher to know what caused the bullying. You should be open to hearing on what the teacher will say, as there may be an old issue regarding the behaviour of your child inside the school premises. Parents are always not aware of what is happening during their child’s time inside the school. It is important to know all the information both from the child and the teacher to solve it peacefully.

As parents usually do, they always overreact to this kind of situations and forget to calm down. They should know how to stay calm when dealing with bullying. It is essential to solving this problem in a formal way to avoid any further issues. And here at Bullyout, we can help you manage this bullying in schools and give you reliable advice.

 

So, how to deal with bullies? Contact us at BullyOut and submit your bullying complaints now!

 

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