ANTI-BULLYING week - November 11 to November 17 - provides a timely reminder that bullying can happen anywhere, to anyone, and be about anything.

If your child is being bullied they may feel like there is no escape, but it's important to talk with them about the different support out there and help them feel better, whatever is happening.

Bullying and cyber-bullying can mean lots of different things and can happen online, at school or at home.

No single sign will confirm your child is being bullied, but problems with eating or sleeping, becoming withdrawn, not doing well at school, belongings getting "lost" or unexplained physical injuries can all be indicators.

Discovering your child is being bullied is likely to trigger a huge range of emotions and it can be difficult to know where to start with supporting them.

The NSPCC's Childline service provides a safe confidential place for children whatever their worry, whenever they need help, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year on 0800 1111 or

Darren Worth, Childline.