This guide will help parents, whānau and schools to work together to tackle bullying behaviour. It includes information about bullying and what parents and whānau can do. There are tips for parents...
Bullying Free NZ
Parents and whānau What is bullying and what can you do to support your child and your school to prevent bullying?
All Right Parenting & Whanau
Parenting is the most awesome and rewarding job there is. But it can also have its moments! Here you'll find articles, tips and tools for surviving the ups and downs, enjoying the day-to-day, and helping your kids to stay calm, manage worries and feel good.
Sticks & Stones
BY YOUNG PEOPLE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Research shows that 1 in 3 New Zealand kids are bullied.. That’s not good enough. At Sticks ‘n Stones we create programmes, opportunities, workshops and events for 8-18 year olds that empower us to have the skills, confidence and connections to be ourselves and support our peers to feel accepted and respected and for bullying to be a thing of the past.
Talk Together Online Workshop: Bullying, Friendships & Arguments
Purchase this online workshop today from our friends at Talk Together who work with many Selwyn families. Check out all the details here
Education for Parents Around Tackling Bullying
Bullying is a serious and distressing experience. Many children and young people carry the effects of bullying into their adult lives. Children and young people have a right to feel safe and secure. It’s important that as adults, we listen to children and young people and help them find the support they need. So it's important that you have good information to support you when dealing with anything to do with bullying.
Netsafe: Keeping people safe online
Netsafe is New Zealand’s independent, non-profit online safety organisation. Taking a technology-positive approach to the challenges digital technology presents, we work to help people in New Zealand take advantage of the opportunities available through technology by providing practical tools, support and advice for managing online challenges. We are an independent non-profit organisation with an unrelenting focus on online safety. We keep people of all ages safe online by providing free support, advice and education seven days a week.We are driven by our vision and gear everything we do to achieving our purpose.
Parent Help: Bullying
Parent Help is a non profit organisation which reaches for the dream that all children should live in strong and resilient families/whanau
Keep It Real Online
Being a parent or caregiver in the digital age can be challenging. Here are some tools and advice to help you keep your children and young people safe from online harms like grooming, pornography and bullying.
Kia Kaha: Police Resources for Parents / Whanau
Kia Kaha: Information for parents/whānau - Bullying behaviour harms children and their educational and life outcomes. Bullying is not new and is an issue that all schools face.
Kidspot: Is your child being bullied
Bullying hurts. If your child is being bullied, these are the signs you don't want to miss.
Big Buddy matches kind-hearted men with boys who do not have a father in their lives, so they can enjoy male friendship, guidance, someone to look up to and maybe even kick a ball round with. Our Big Buddies are thoroughly screened and then matched with a Little Buddy of 7-14 years of age. This commitment makes a huge positive difference...to both lives