• Details

  • Organisation Name
  • Basic description
    Bullying is the repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power. It can happen face-to-face or through cyberspace , and comes in many different forms.

    We exist to equip young people, parents and professionals with the knowledge and skills to tackle bullying and its related safeguarding issues across the UK.

    The impact of bullying

    Bullying doesn't just affect the target, but also the children who are involved in bullying behaviour and everyone who is exposed to the environment in which it occurs. When left unaccounted for, bullying can result in young people:

    having low self-esteem;
    developing depression or anxiety;
    having lower academic achievements;
    being unable to form trusting, healthy relationships;
    having poor social skills;
    turning to self-harm or in severe cases, considering suicide.
    It is for these reasons that we at Kidscape have been working tirelessly since 1985 to promote the anti-bullying message and shine a spotlight on child protection issues.
  • Services we provide
    Emotional Abuse
    Physical Abuse
  • Clients we support
    Female Parents
    Male Parents
    Female Young People
    Male Young People
  • Helpline Number
    08451 205 204
  • Our website
  • Support email
  • Verification Information

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The National Survivors Network has been setup to provide peer support for adult survivors of childhood abuse.   Membership is open to anyone to gain an understanding of peer support.

As a member you can access:

  • Support Network of peers, professionals & supporters.
  • One on One or Group chat with peers.
  • Support groups. view groups

All the services we proved are based on peer support.   more about peer support here.