Bullying Help and Advice
Different types of bullying explained
Between 13 and 17 November, it is Anti-Bullying Week. Find out more about the different ways in which bullying can happen.
Your experiences of online bullying
Anti-bullying campaigner Alex Holmes has visited Newsround to answer some of your questions about online bullying.
Cyberbullying: A Newsround special
Cyberbullying is a problem we hear more and more about in the news. In this special Newsround, Ricky meets the kids who have been affected by bullying online.
What should done about bullying?
It's Anti-Bullying Week and we've been asking you to tell us what you think should be done about bullying.
Your questions about bullying answered
Your questions about bullying are answered by top policewoman Olivia Pinkney and David Warburton MP, who reports on bullying to the Government.
What is griefing in Minecraft?
We have been looking into how people bully each other online in Minecraft, and some of the ways you can protect yourself.
What should I do if I'm bullied?
Here's some advice about what you can do if you're worried that you are being bullied.
A Newsround Special: How to make friends on planet Earth
CBBC wants everybody to say Bye Bye to Bullying - and Newsround has made a special programme about how to be a great friend.
CBBC's Internet Survival Guide
More tips and tricks from CBBC to stay safe online, beat the cyber-bullies and become a super-surfer.
Your thoughts on social media and bullying
One in five 10-12 year olds on social media has been bullied online, according to a Newsround survey.
Your tips for being kind
As part of Anti-bullying week you've been giving us your tips on how being kinder could help stop the problem.
Why do you think people bully others?
Family issues, stress and trauma are among the reasons why people become bullies, a survey suggests.
Am I a bully?
As part of anti-bullying week, Newsround has helped make an interactive guide to help everybody understand what bullying is.