Cyberbullying – who should take responsibility?

An interesting article in the Daily Record discusses cyberbullying and the fact that the perpetrators are someone’s children. The articles author Joan McFadden states:

None of us want to believe that our teenagers could be so poisonous or so vicious but someone’s doing it.

We’re all acutely aware of cyber bullying yet most of us sincerely believe our children couldn’t possibly be involved in something so shocking.

And until we accept that possibility, there will be no solution.

Everyone who has children, or works with children, needs to educate themselves about cyber bullying and take responsibility for educating their children. Our training courses for schools and for parents include information on cyberbullying as well as other aspects of eSafety, for more details click here.