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Approximately 1 in 3 students in Year 7 & 8 report experiencing some form of
Students affected by cyberbullying said they felt sad, anxious, and
Students who aren't directly involved in cyberbullying feel upset when they see it happening to others (reported by 2/5th of bystanders).
steps to prevent cyber bullying.
Protect Accounts and Devices.
Use Privacy Tools and Settings.
Keep Personal Stuff Private.
Manage Location Sharing.
Think Before Posting.
Log Out When Using Public Devices.
Refuse to Respond to Cyberbullies.
Reach out to organisations like ReachOut if you're being cyberbullied. They can provide advice, support, and
The impact of cyberbullying on teenagers can encompass several outcomes, including:
Declining school attendance and academic performance.
Elevated levels of stress and
Experiencing emotions of isolation and fear.
Steps to Respond to Cyberbullying:
If you're being cyberbullied, don't keep it to yourself. Talk to a trusted adult, like a parent, teacher, or school counselor.
Block the person who is cyberbullying you on social media and messaging apps.
Don't retaliate or respond with mean messages. It's best to disengage.
Use privacy settings on your social media accounts to control who can see your posts and messages.
Consider taking a break from social media to give yourself a breather.
Talk to the school
41% of children report that social anxiety is a result of