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Many parents feel teaching their kids about online safety is important, but they don’t quite know how to go about it. That’s why we’re here.
To help make your life a little easier, we’ve done the research for you and pulled together the most trusted information about online safety and bullying.
Search our many resources to find info to suit you.
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Bullying myth busters
Take the quiz below to see if you can pick out which statements are true, and which are common myths! Open resource
My child bullied someone – what now?
Many children bully others while they are growing up. Most grow out of it with the right guidance, support and education. Here are some things that you can do if your child is bullying other children. Open resource
How can I help a bully stop bullying?
If you know someone who is engaging in bullying behaviour, it’s important to take action to help them stop. Here are four steps you can take to support someone who is a bully and encourage them to change their behaviour. Open resource
I’m being bullied but I’m afraid to speak up. What should I do?
Bullying can make anyone feel scared, alone, and helpless. It can be difficult to talk about bullying, especially if you’re afraid of making things worse. However, keeping silent won’t make the situation better, and it’s essential to speak up and seek help. Here are some tips to help you if you’re being bullied but are afraid to speak up. Open resource
Navigating hard-to-have conversations
Perhaps your child has been bullied online, sent or received an intimate image, or come across pornography online. Dolly's Dream provides tips for parents and carers on how to navigate these challenging conversations. Open resource