I've witnessed bullying
A bystander is a witness who sees or knows about bullying happening to someone else. But it doesn’t mean they have to just watch it happen. Whether they know it or not, by doing nothing a bystander supports the bullying behaviour. You might be interested to know more about bullying and bystanders.
The bottom line is, bystanders in bullying have choices: they can either be part of the problem, by staying silent; or part of the solution, by stepping up.
Being a bystander of bullying
It can be tough to know what to do when you witness a bullying situation. Hear about how other people felt and what they did when they were a bystander.
5 reasons to be an Upstander
An Upstander is someone who sees bullying and decides to act to stop it. Find out why you should choose to be an Upstander, not a bystander.
How to be an Upstander
An Upstander is someone who takes action against bullying behaviour. They help to stop bullying from happening, or they support the person who’s being bullied. Find out how you can be an Upstander to bullying.
Which Harry Potter Upstander are you?
Take this quiz to get some inspo on how to be an Upstander to bullying!
Step up to stop bullying
If you see a bullying situation play out, it can be really hard to know what to do. But, did you know that in the majority of cases bullying will stop in minutes when someone steps up? Learn how to safely stand up to others here.
Bullying vs. teasing
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