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Bullying – Ask for help

If a student is being bullied, feels unsafe or is concerned for the wellbeing of others, then you are encouraged to report it. However, you must be truthful and responsible.
Please use the form below.​​
The national definition of bullying for Australian schools says:
Bullying is an ongoing and deliberate misuse of power in relationships through repeated verbal, physical and/or social behaviour that intends to cause physical, social and/or psychological harm. It can involve an individual or a group misusing their power, or perceived power, over one or more persons who feel unable to stop it from happening.
Bullying can happen in person or online, via various digital platforms and devices and it can be obvious (overt) or hidden (covert). Bullying behaviour is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time (for example, through sharing of digital records).
Bullying of any form or for any reason can have immediate, medium and long-term effects on those involved, including bystanders. Single incidents and conflict or fights between equals, whether in person or online, are not defined as bullying.
Behaviours that do not constitute bullying include:
·         mutual arguments and disagreements (where there is no power imbalance)
·         not liking someone or a single act of social rejection
·         one-off acts of meanness or spite
·         isolated incidents of aggression, intimidation or violence. 
  • Name:
  • Who is this report concerning?
  • If it is someone else, what is the name of the person you're concerned about?
  • Year level:
  • What is happening?