• Cyberbullying cases double over five years

    The NSPCC wants the government to act on cyberbullying after the number of children seeking counselling for online abuse doubled over the last five years. Its Childline service delivered 5,103 counselling sessions to children suffering from online abuse in 2016/17, up from 2,410 in 2011/12 and 12 per cent more than the 4,541 delivered in

    5.00 Nov. 18th, 2017 | News

  • Pupils who are extreme internet users more likely to be bullied, report warns

    Pupils who use the internet to “extreme” levels are more likely to be being bullied, a new report shows. “Extreme internet users”, who use the internet for more than six hours a day, are more likely than pupils who use the internet for only one or two hours a day, to be seeking solace online

    0.01 Jun. 30th, 2017 | News