Relationships & Friendships
Want to stamp out Bullying?
Raise awareness by videoing your odd socks with you saying "Wakefield, we're standing together to stamp out bullying." send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll share it on here and it will be part if the Wakefield video which will be shared online
WF I CAN website
WF-I-Can is full of information and top tips on lots of topics, such as bullying, falling out with friends and family, managing anger and being proud of who you are.
To find out more about relationships, visit WF-I-Can
Bullying includes such things as: threats, name calling, pinching, hitting, pulling hair or other types of physical intimidation or action which deliberately upsets you.
If you feel that you are being bullied in your home or school please talk to an adult you like and trust.
This could be in school or at home.
You can always talk to your social worker about life in your foster home. They will listen to you and believe you
You can do this, by phone face to face or by using the Mind of My Own App. Your message will be sent to the worker you choose and they will get back to you on the next working day.
You could ring a helpline that's just for children such as Childline - 0800 1111.
You might like to call Social Care Direct which is open 24/7 and the staff will listen to what you have to say and try to help. It's part of Wakefield Council Family Services - 0345 8 503 503.
There are lots of ways to meet and become friends with other young people in care-take a look here