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How To Protect Your Child From Bullying At School

5. Ask For Details
If your child shares an incident from school that was troubling for him, ask for all the details. Find out what happened before, during, and after the challenge. Ask if he may have done something that made the other child feel upset.

It's important not to accuse your child of being responsible, but it's also necessary to get the whole picture, so tactfully find out how your child was involved. This will help you figure out what you can do to support your kid and whether additional action is needed at school.