Who To Call
  • ChildLine 0800 1111
  • Police Scotland 101
  • Social Work 0300 300 1199
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Is Someone Hurting You

Is someone hurting you?

No one should hurt you.

  • No one should hit you, slap you, kick you, pinch you or shake you
  • No one should burn you, hurt you with hot water or pull your hair
  • No one should make you take medicine you don’t need

Hurting You Illustration

When you are in school, someone around your own age might try to hurt you. If a friend or someone you know hurts you, or tries to hurt you, you need to tell someone right away. You should speak to an adult you trust – like a teacher or a classroom assistant. If a teacher or classroom assistant know what is making you feel bad, he or she can start to help make things better.


The adults who look after you should never hurt or try to harm you. They should help you to stay happy, safe and well.
Adults are not allowed to punish you by hitting you with things like slippers, belts or canes. They are not allowed to punish you in a way that is too rough or that might injure you.


If someone is doing any of these things to you it is not your fault. Tell a person you trust, like your teacher or classroom assistant. You can also call Childline on 0800 1111.

 

Who to Call

If you are unhappy or worried about something speak to your teacher or an adult that you trust.

  • ChildLine0800 1111
  • Police Scotland101
  • Social Work0300 300 1199
  • Social Work (Out Of Hours)0300 343 1505
  • NSPCC Helpline0800 800 5000
Worried About A Friend?

If you think something bad is happening your friends tell an adult that you trust. It isn’t grassing if you tell.

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